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Posted at 11:01 PM

Here we go again. This time, it was a gay nightclub. This time, it was a radical Muslim — or was it? Maybe it was a horribly conflicted gay man who could not come to terms with who he was, and the 911 call  declaring allegiance to the Islamic State was just a convenient excuse. In the end, we will never know for sure, because Omar Mateen is dead. And in the end, it doesn't really matter. Because it could have been anything, and the outcome would be the same. Not...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Change is possible Shock. Despair. Horror. A somber weariness — not again. Yes, again. So is it “Unimaginable” as the quote in The Tidings June 13 headline says? No, sadly it is not. After Sandy...

Updated at 10:29 PM

Pretty Little Liars returns next Tuesday for what creator

Posted at 9:01 PM

We all knew that Piper's (Taylor Schilling) panty empire was doomed to fail, right? But her downfall...

Posted at 2:00 AM

Tony AlonzoTony Alonzo, 92, of Medford, Ore. passed away Sunday, June 12, 2016 in Medford. Arrangements by Conger-Morris Medford   541-772-7111.

Posted at 9:01 PM

Editor's note: This is the first of a five-part series looking at the candidates for president and where they stand on the issues.

Updated at 8:16 PM

A documentary titled “The Green Bag Solution” on the Ashland Food Project is in its pre-production phase with a goal to spread the word about the organization on a national level. The Ashland Food Project, founded by locals John...

Updated at 7:54 PM

The Ashland Elks Lodge hosted an observance of Flag Day on Tuesday, June 14, on the Ashland Plaza. Flag Day was established by President Woodrow Wilson 100 years ago in remembrance of the the First Flag Resolution of June 14, 1777, by the...

Updated at 7:14 PM

A federal judge has sided mostly with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in its lawsuit against its insurance company, deciding that canceled performances and facility damage from wildfire smoke should have been covered by the festival's...

Updated at 6:18 PM

Residents and owners of properties in the city of Ashland are required by the city weed abatement ordinance to cut and maintain weeds and grass to no more than four inches no later than Wednesday, June 15. Ashland Fire & Rescue says cutting...

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