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A new piece of public art in Ashland finally got the go-ahead when Ashland City Council gave a nearly unanimous thumbs-up Tuesday to a sculpture by Seattle-area artist Susan Zoccola. The council voted 5-1 to approve the design for a piece called “Threshold,” which will be installed on a median area between the fire station and library where East Main Street meets Siskiyou Boulevard. The public-art approval process, known as the Gateway Project, has been contentious,...

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The countdown is on until Royal Pains' series finale on July 6 -- and the stars of the show are just as...

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† In their so-called infinite wisdom, America's Founding Fathers decided that each of the states would have equal representation in the U.S. Senate regardless of population differences. I suppose there's a certain logic to that system, but it...

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  A panel will discuss the oil industry's influence on state government during "Dirty Energy & Dirty Money" forum hosted by Common Cause Oregon on Thursday evening in Ashland. The free public forum offers information about...

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The bounce is back in Darex's step. The global sharpening-device company has regained its swagger to the point it's going through its largest expansion in more than a decade and has hit a new peak in employment. From its...

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Cynthia Ann Parker Applegate was born in Tennessee in 1813 and would become an Oregon pioneer.  At 18 she married surveyor Jessie Applegate. They built a log cabin on the Osage River in Missouri, where she bore six of their 13 children...

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The Game of Thrones finale is almost here. But for those of you who can't wait to see what's...

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