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Citing his passion to halt climate change, Ashland physician Julian Bell has filed to run for the Democratic nomination for Oregon governor in the May primary. Bell, 44, who moved to the region five years ago, is medical director of the intensive care unit at Providence Medford Medical Center. In filing election papers Wednesday he became the first Democrat to file for governor, although Democratic Gov. Kate Brown has indicated that she will run for the office she stepped into...

Updated at 5:31 PM

Monday • 6:30 p.m. — Phoenix City Council, Public Works, 1000 S. B St., Phoenix. • 7 p.m. — Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission, The Grove, 1195 E. Main St.,...

Updated at 5:26 PM

The Southern Oregon Historical Society's executive director since 2012 is stepping down from the post, citing personal reasons. SOHS President Phil Long made an announcement about Rob Esterlein's...

Updated at 5:22 PM

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is suing its insurance carrier for denying a claim for lost patronage because of wildfire smoke in 2013. In a civil complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Association...

Updated at 5:05 PM

A Medford woman caught on camera in the backyard of a Medford home faces felony burglary charges. According to an affidavit, Tania Marie Boyd, 28, of the first block of West Jackson Street was caught on camera Aug. 11 in the backyard of a...

Updated at 4:41 PM

A Grants Pass man who police say admitted to stealing 50 vehicles in Southern Oregon over the past year was arraigned Friday on six charges related to thefts in Medford.  The Jackson County...

Updated at 4:20 PM

Nostalgia flavors the food, drinks and ambiance at Ashland’s new Hearsay Restaurant, Lounge & Garden.  Adorned with colorful, abstract murals of cosmopolitan clientele, the atmosphere suggests both opulent jazz club and...

Updated at 4:19 PM

Oregon's economic development professionals will gather in Medford Monday and Tuesday to gain insight on trends, opportunities and obstacles in the recruitment of new businesses and growing existing companies. The conference is centered at...

Updated at 4:10 PM

Life in the hardscrabble mining town of Sterlingville was harsh and unforgiving in the late 19th century, and no day was more unforgiving to George Yaudes than May 23, 1884. Diphtheria had been working its way through the bustling town, and...

Updated at 4:01 PM

A man suspected of taking a photograph beneath a woman's skirt as she sorted through bins at the Ashland Recycling Center has been arrested.  Ashland police reported 36-year-old John Edward Lucier Jr. turned himself in late Thursday...

Updated at 4:00 PM

A Medford man has been arraigned on felony charges after an Oct. 1 incident in which he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend and forcibly took her on a high-speed drive in his truck and threatened to crash. Michael Devin Catlett-Carpenter,...

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