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If Oregon's burgeoning wine industry wasn't on the world map before last week, it certainly is now — or at least, its terroir is. Led by Southern Oregon University's own Professor Greg Jones, the International Terroir Congress met for the first time ever in the United States — in the Willamette Valley wine region. Viticultural scientists from 22 countries gathered to talk about their research into how terroir affects wine production. Just what is terroir? Soil plays...

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The perfect candidate I want to thank Harriet Berman for her letter of July 19, "Stop covering Trump." She points out how the media has inundated us with his every hateful, racist, misogynistic utterance, and credits this...

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No single issue carries greater long-term significance than the condition of our environment, and climate change is a factor in an increasing number of policy decisions made by the City Council. Ashlanders want to make a difference, and the...

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The Ashland Pilots went into the last day of the regular season feeling pretty good about their playoff chances, but for reasons they could and could not control those expectations proved to be overly optimistic. Area 4 South champion...

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This week, The Bachelorette sent

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Grandview Drive is one of Ashland’s steep and winding roads tracing the way between the picturesque hills and the quaint streets of town. One of its newer features along its switchbacks is a freeway style guardrail erected to keep cars...

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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...

Updated at 8:41 PM

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...

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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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