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Being a nonagenarian is not for sissies. This rapidly growing segment of the population — people 90 or older — uniformly report it requires staying on top of nutrition, lots of aerobic and strength exercises and, above all, lots of attitude. And humor. After a round of stretches, pushes and pulls with an exercise band, almost a dozen nonegenarians at Mountain Meadows remarked on the importance of such workouts, and the sense of community that comes with it, as they...

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The community is invited to celebrate the first year of operation of the Ashland Community Resource Center's traveling shower trailer from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, May 7. The shower is operated by Options for Homeless Residents of Ashland (OHRA),...

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Oregon Shakespeare FestivalThursday — "Guys and Dolls," 8 p.m. at the Angus Bowmer Theatre, many.Friday — "Long Day’s Journey Into Night," 1 p.m. at the Thomas Theatre, few; "Guys and Dolls,"...

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Tuesday, 9:29 a.m. — Jacksonville Police Department and Rogue River Police Department both received reports of fraud at Ray's Food Place locations. Because the suspects in the case were being investigated for similar crimes in Ashland,...

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Eleven-year-old Alex Shepherd of Ashland died Tuesday evening of brain cancer, with his family at his side.Alex, an avid snowboarder, bicyclist and cat-lover was diagnosed in April 2012 with anaplastic astrocytoma and underwent dozens of...

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What do you do when you can't find a piņata in Los Angeles on May 5th? Become one yourself.At least according to

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Things are heating up between Zayn Malik and one of his former One Direction bandmates,

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Survivor is introducing a new twist this fall: Fans can vote on their favorite non-winning...

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TNT has made a few tweaks to its summer schedule, including pushing sophomore series Legends back to...

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Thursday's Vampire Diaries brings both good news and bad for Stefan-and-Caroline...

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Qatari officials announced a plan this week to erect seven whole new "cities" to accommodate more than a quarter-million migrant laborers tasked with completing the myriad stadium and infrastructure projects associated with the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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