Updated at 8:02 PM

(See the full length article Peace: The inward passage, in the Ashland Daily Tidings back page inner peace column - August 2nd issue  – www.dailytidings.com ) The majority of people resist the inward journey — they fear seeing what is true in themselves because they were taught not to trust, or they are distracted by mental goals [...]

Updated at 7:36 PM

A few of the several wildfires burning in the area between Mt. Ashland and Anderson Butte prompted an evacuation of properties along a mile-long stretch of Wagner Creek Road on Wednesday.

Updated at 7:34 PM

Updated 6:45 p.m. Tracie Gibson, a resident at Fall Creek Ranch, said, "Everybody is evacuating. They're asking everybody to leave at this point. They're trying to save lives more than anything right...

Updated at 4:10 PM

Matthew David Goodnature, the 21-year-old Phoenix firefighter who died Tuesday while taking a break from working the Launch fire near Four Mile Lake, fatally broke his neck during an accidental fall, a detective from the Klamath Falls Sheriff's...

Updated at 3:20 PM

A new police station design reminiscent of the Lithia Motors headquarters was selected by the City Council Thursday.

Updated at 3:17 PM

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Updated at 2:58 PM

Like many people residing on the south end of the Bear Creek drainage, Troy Ferguson of Ashland was somewhat entranced by the dozens of lightning strikes poking the surrounding hills Wednesday evening.

Updated at 1:55 PM

There are 16 new lightning-sparked fires that have popped up in Crater Lake National Park, following Wednesday's storm that shot out between 2,000 and 2,500 lightning strikes across Southern Oregon.

Updated at 1:02 PM

Concerning the issue of the city's proposed opening up of R-1 short-term rentals in Ashland which include many new and unique conditions (i.e., one guest party at a time, one rental area within the residence, owner must be present during visitor...

Updated Jul 31, 2014 at 11:17 AM

Remember the two dogs that I found tied by their leashes to our fence? I wrote about it here. The larger, younger female quickly found a home with a previous owner, who had given the dog to someone else and was horrified to learn that, years later,...

Updated Jul 31, 2014 at 10:18 AM

Demand for Oregon products hasn’t kept pace with the rest of the country, following the Great Recession. An economic analysis by Beacon Economics found the state’s share of total U.S. exports has declined in recent years. During the decade...

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