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There’s still three months to go for this year’s Oregon Cabaret Theatre, but plans are already being firmed up for 2024, the Cabaret’s 39th year. “Clue,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Legally Blonde,” “Sherlock Holmes” and “Pine Mountain Lodge” promise a mix of comedy, song and suspense.
Ashland City Council’s Monday evening study session will focus on the new shelter at 2200 Ashland St. The meeting will include 15 minutes of time for public comment, a City Council discussion, an “operations overview” presentation and a presentation from the city’s possible contractor to run shelter operations — Options for Helping Residents of Ashland (OHRA).
With less than 36 hours until the federal government shuts down, frustrated Democratic members of Oregon’s congressional delegation and federal employees called on congressional Republicans to hurry up and pass a continuing resolution keeping the government open.