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Met my sweetie pie great-nephew, Landon, for the first time last week in Kansas. †At two and a half months, he was prime to communicate with tongue talk, much to the delight of his parents, Aliah and Don. Over the decades I have done this many times. Little ones can control the largest muscle in [...]

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Top quotes from the big speakers on day one of the Democratic National Convention.

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In a move to ease the pressures of Southern Oregon University students trying to find housing in Ashland, the City Council attempted last week Tuesday to close loopholes which allow landlords to refuse to rent to them. The Ashland City Council on...

Updated at 7:37 PM

An unemployed Ashland man has filed a lawsuit against Arizona companies that left him multiple auto-dialed recorded messages for employment websites, despite his registry on the Do Not Call list. Jeff Madsen of the 1000 block of Pleasant...

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PHILADELPHIA — First lady Michelle Obama stepped into the presidential election Monday with a forceful, impassioned defense of Hillary Clinton, casting her as the only candidate who can be trusted as a role model for the nation's children.

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TALENT — The City Council has agreed to hold public hearings on Aug. 3 on whether to place votes on a recreational marijuana tax and charter revisions on the Nov. 8 ballot. A proposed 3 percent sales tax on recreational marijuana...

Updated at 7:24 PM

ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum and Bank of the Cascades are partnering to improve access to high quality, hands-on science education for underserved preschool children and their families. The bank recently contributed $1,000 for the museum’s...

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The Food Network is getting a little tipsy!

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As in all wars, many innocent people suffered the violence of the Rogue Indian Wars in Southern Oregon between 1852 and 1856. Mary Ann Harris and her daughter found themselves in the midst of a raid in 1855.  Indian warriors, seeking...

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Although he's now seen as a wild-haired revolutionary with folksy charm and a grandfatherly demeanor, it wasn't always that case for Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont. In the 1960s he actually married a college sweetheart and lived on 85 acres of...

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