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Oprah power

The way Nathan Harris puts it, growing up in Ashland he was one of those kids who just wasn’t good at much. Science was a mystery, math broke his brain. But he ...

Emergency services June 20, 2021

Assault — Denise Renee Lapenia, 62, no address reported. Oregon State Police arrested Lapenia Saturday on charges of disorderly conduct and assault in the ...

Wildfire breaks near Gold Hill

Oregon Department of Forestry and Jackson County Fire District No. 3 crews are working to put out a pair of grass fires generating plumes of smoke near Gold Hil...

SOU grapples with water shortage

Facing an unprecedented drought, Southern Oregon University is rethinking its campus irrigation system that uses almost a half-million gallons of water a day du...

Medford Juneteenth celebration draws a crowd

As soon as the needle dropped on Young MC’s 1989 smash hit “Bust a Move,” Stephany King and a relative stranger couldn’t resist the call to the dance floor in f...

Trapped in a cell of my own device

“Soon, I shall have at my disposal the sort of portable “smart” technology that has succeeded only in making society dumber by morphing the majority of its ...

Homecoming

The first day off after the school year is always welcome for school administrators, and the pandemic only added another layer of relief this year. But for Sher...

1st Phoenix brings back community dinners

A tradition of 10 years, free community dinners return Thursday, June 24, to the 1st Phoenix Community Center after more than a year’s absence due to the pande...

The library will come to you

Jackson County Library Services will roll out its new high-tech van for the first time Saturday at the Juneteenth Celebration at Pear Blossom Park in Medford Th...

Britt warns of ticket scams

Officials at Britt Music and Arts Festival say they have noticed an uptick in ticket scams for the upcoming festival from resellers like StubHub, Seat Geeks and...