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This week The Bachelorette was completely swallowed by Chad, this season's meathead villain. Some non-Chad stuff happened, but it was overshadowed by Chad's "super douche" behavior. The nonstop insults, the radical honesty, the meatheadedness -- in more ways than one -- allowed Chad to suck up all the oxygen this week. Honestly, it was too much...

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The Rotary Club of Ashland (RCA), in partnership with the Rotary Club of Guanajuato, recently received a Global Grant from The Rotary Foundation (TRF) to provide clean water to three rural communities outside of Guanajuato, Mexico. The Ashland...

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Desdemona Chiang is directing “The Winter’s Tale” opening June 19 on the Elizabethan Stage at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Born in Taiwan and raised in Southern California, Chiang “fell into” the Dramatic...

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Call a librarian So how difficult could it be to verify library cardholder numbers provided by LS&S to the Mail Tribune for the My 13 “Heat” article and repeated in the May 15 Sunday...

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Unless you are a pacifist, you accept that evil acts — the destruction of other human lives — can be justified, even necessary, in pursuit of good and urgent ends. But unless you are amoral, you also acknowledge the human...

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“We shouldn’t be pointing fingers; we should be offering helping hands.” That was New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s theme when I heard him speak this month at The Oregon Community Foundation's annual meeting...

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Over the years, America's Got Talent has given us some of the most impressive, bizarre,...

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From learning about historic events at Table Rock while having fun in Central Point’s Rogue Jet Boat Adventures, to boat spinning, beautiful scenery and even Jim Belushi waving to us from his property, the experience was incredible. There was...

Updated May 30, 2016 at 6:27 PM

Two Seattle-area men had to be airlifted from the shore of Crater Lake this morning after they illegally scrambled Sunday afternoon down the caldera in a dangerous trip that saw one of the men suffer serious injuries after tumbling the last 250...

Updated May 30, 2016 at 5:55 PM

Twenty-one short films created by 17 student filmmakers will screen Tuesday evening, May 31, in the 2016 SOU Student Film Festival at the Varsity Theatre.  The free, public festival will feature two programs of roughly 50 minutes in...

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