Writers on the Range: No one wants to collide with a deer

Pepper Trail: “This stretch of Interstate-5 in Southern Oregon is a known killing field for wildlife and dangerous for motorists. The highway cuts through a critical connection for wildlife moving between two mountain ranges and home to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, which is the only national monument specifically established for the protection of its rich biodiversity.”

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Inner Peace: This life’s been a gift

Stuart Douglas: “What a gift my life has been, always to see the glass half full, to buck the trend and be a believer that peace is not only possible but that it pervades the vast majority of every culture. I have easily found peace in all phases of my life.”

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Curtain Call

Curtain Call: Ashland woman helps build confidence for women who lose their hair to cancer

Curtain Call: Virginia Carol Hudson develops a unique attachment to her clients, but especially the women who lose their hair from chemotherapy after a cancer diagnosis. As they struggle with their treatments while balancing family and work life responsibilities, she helps them achieve some sense of normality by creating and designing beautiful, natural-looking wigs for them.

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Obituary: Jefferson Tully Straub

Obituary: Jefferson Straub, 78, passed away Feb.25, 2023, in the arms of his wife, Kelly Nash Straub. A celebration of Jeff’s life will be held at the Ashland Congregational Church at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6.

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Oregon Fringe Festival announces lineup

Productions of all kinds and sizes abound at the Oregon Fringe Festival, which will begin its five-day run of unfiltered creative outpourings in Ashland on April 26. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival is produced by the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University.

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Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument seeks next Artists-In-Residence

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument officials are accepting applications for the annual Artist-In-Residence program through April 17. Selected artists receive a residency at the monument during the early summer months, where they will spend time creating art while surrounded by the monument’s natural beauty.

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