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Phoenix offers building permits online

Licensed contractors working in Phoenix can now submit building permit applications online. The new option went active this week, and submissions can be made th...

Garrison’s to rebuild in Phoenix

Garrison’s furniture will return to Phoenix with a new building near Interstate 5 after losing its previous store on Highway 99 in the Almeda fire A 32,500-squa...

TAP master water plan gets scrutiny

Water demand for the three cities that use the Talent-Ashland-Phoenix water system is projected to grow by 65% on maximum demand days over the next 50 years, wh...

A welcome sight for returnees

Welcome cards for Almeda fire victims returning to a new transitional housing site in Talent will be put together at a free workshop by nonprofit Talent Maker ...

Tackling Denali

A local one-legged skier and another from Montana became the first adaptive athletes to both summit and ski down Alaska’s 20,310-foot Mount Denali June 20. Thei...

Support poured in for Talent winery

Simple Machine, the Talent winery and tasting room destroyed in the Almeda fire, received the final small business grant from a United Rotary Clubs of Southern ...

Mt. Ashland readies for a more normal season

The days of “your vehicle is your lodge” may be over at the Mt. Ashland Ski Area. Mountain management expects operations to be much closer to normal this winter...

Airport numbers dropped as variant surged

Passenger numbers at the Medford airport sagged in August and September as the COVID-19 delta variant surged after a return to nearly normal levels in July. Fo...