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Shakespeare expert Paul Prescott says it's a myth that if actors aren't speaking Shakespeare's lines like Laurence Olivier or John Gielgud, the result is inferior Shakespeare.

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For the stream of touring musicians traveling down Interstate 5, Ashland is often just a convenient rest stop between Portland and San Francisco.

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Denise Rowlett was ready to go Thursday afternoon.

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Firefighters today fear more triple-digit temperatures and stiff winds will coax the Oregon Gulch fire into another afternoon run of swelling 1,000 acres an hour and threatening scores of structures in wildlands 25 miles southeast of Ashland.

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Therapeutic foster parents needed

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There is only one passage to inner peace, and it is an inward journey. We might compare it to a river journey, for water is a dream symbol for the unconscious, and the flow of the river has been compared to the flow of the Tao since ancient times...

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Walter Herman Hoffbuhr, long-time resident of Southern Oregon and community cornerstone, passed away July 19, 2014 in Ashland, Ore. He was born June 6, 1924 in Aberdeen, Idaho to Herman and Innocente Hoffbuhr. On November 29, 1952 he married his...

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Robert Ernest Taber Robert Ernest Taber, 83, of Ashland, Ore. passed away Thursday, July 24, 2014 at Avamere at Three Fountains in Medford, Ore. Arrangements by Litwiller-Simonsen Funeral Home, Ashland, Oregon. www.litwillersimonsen.com

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The Oregon Gulch fire, burning in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument east of Ashland, continues to grow rapidly, threatening as many as 170 structures. Multiple outbuildings have been destroyed by the flames, though the homes on the...

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The Oregon Gulch fire has grown to 11,000 acres and is moving south toward Copco Lake in California and east toward Grizzly Mountain on the Jackson/Klamath county line, according to an Oregon Department of Forestry spokesman.

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