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April 13, 2024

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Reader Photo: Truck-load of snow

Reader Photo: Dale Robinette said more than a foot of snow had already come down and more was falling when he took this photo of an old International Harvester truck on Saturday at his house on Old Highway 99 South at 3,506-foot elevation.

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Reader Photo: Ready for his closeup

Reader Photo: Jessica Bryan and Tom Clunie on Feb. 22 captured this photo of a bald eagle in a tree in their backyard at Nauvoo Mobile Home Park by Bear Creek on the north end of Ashland.

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Reader Photo: Silver lining popcorn

Reader Photo: Ashland resident Pepper Trail says his daily errands inspired this Ashland-themed photo-haiku. Seems the silver lining of a rainy day is sometimes a rainbow — and sometimes popcorn.

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Reader Photo: What the frog said

Reader Photo: Ashland resident Pepper Trail reports that, “As I was hiking in the Oredson-Todd Woods today, this photo-haiku came to me. … To paraphrase Maya Angelou — at 70 years old, I know why the cold frog sings.”

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‘On track’: Naumes Suncrest Winery readies expansion in time for summer

Naumes Suncrest Winery is preparing for summer in a big way. From the building of a new outdoor stage designed to accommodate full bands, to outdoor seating renovations that will quadruple capacity — not to mention a concert series in the works — the Talent winery at 1950 Suncrest Road says it is on track to open its new, larger outdoor space by June.

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SOU celebrates its 31st annual powwow

Community members from a variety of backgrounds will gather Saturday and Sunday for the 31st annual Southern Oregon University Powwow, widely regarded as the largest student-led event on campus. The event, hosted by the school’s Native American Student Union, is expected to draw thousands of visitors to Lithia Motors Pavilion in its second year back on campus after a COVID hiatus.

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