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Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows you how to make a spectacular berry dessert that’s perfect for your July 4 party -- or any summer celebration.

Updated at 7:16 AM

We all love Chris Pratt (“Jurassic World,” “Parks and Recreation”), and now we love him even more after we found out he nailed a Jason Statham impression on “Saturday Night Live.” The sketch was cut from the...

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If you're among those residents who dread the summer tourist season because of the parking crunch downtown, take heart. A group of residents and one City Council member are charged up about adding electric shuttles to the city's transit...

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What are we doing?My current bumper sticker reads: "What am I doing to restore our Mother Earth? She is dying."We must each do something(s).Carola LacyAshlandMaybe butterfly was...

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Milestone events around the world and here at home challenge us to answer the question: Do Ashlanders lead or react? I say, let’s choose to lead in the revolution happening all around us from the status quo to sustainable ways of living...

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Four Ashlanders will join the annual Pastors for Peace Caravan, making their way to Cuba to study the many community-based health, environmental and education systems and to protest the weakened but continuing U.S. blockade of the island nation...

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The Ashland/Phoenix-Talent Little League all-star softball team powered its way to two lopsided victories over Klamath Falls to claim the District 6 tournament title Saturday at U.S. Cellular Community Park in Medford.The team made up of...

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Gathering for the seventh annual Beacon Hill Blues Festival east of Ashland Sunday, several hundred people were hoping a 120-foot AT&T cell phone tower would not be built on Beacon Hill, a scenic landmark and hiking spot for surrounding...

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Updated Jun 29, 2015 at 8:43 PM

Soroptimist International of Ashland has been working to benefit women in the Rogue Valley since 1946 and began their relationship with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 1949. Over the years the relationship has grown and become a true...

Updated Jun 29, 2015 at 8:20 PM

PORTLAND — On the first day in his new NBA city, Gerald Henderson was asked Monday about his impressions of Portland. Before he was able to answer, Trail Blazers general manager Neil Olshey mentioned the city's recent naked bicycle...

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