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Ashland Death Cafe helps answer life questions

One of the hardest things to talk about in our society is death, even though you or someone close to you may have many questions about grief, diagnosis shock, memorials, advance directives, death with dignity and what to expect as you die. The cheekily named Ashland Death Cafe is intended to enable

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-24 08:01:00

Excitement looms over Ashland Festival of Light

Ashland, Ore. - Practice your Christmas carols, break out the holiday attire, and get ready to meet Santa. The Festival of Light Celebration kicks off Friday in Ashland. The annual celebration will feature caroling, photos with Santa, and the traditional 'grand illumination' - where more than one mi

KOBI5.COM - 2017-11-24 01:25:59

Ashland Independent Film Festival calls for student films

The Ashland Independent Film Festival is accepting short films made by young people, grades kindergarten through college undergraduates for the 2018 Film Festival. All film genres are accepted, including animation, documentary and narrative. Young people who live in Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Jo

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 00:27:27

Uber considering Ashland for its next stop

Riders may hail an Uber or Lyft from Medford to Ashland starting in December, but whether they can get a ride back is still being determined by Ashland city officials. Uber and Lyft, ride-sharing networks that allow riders to hail a ride using a mobile app, persuaded Medford City Council in October

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Traffic issues reverse truck stop approval

A lack of data on how much traffic a new travel center at the former Talent Truck Stop would generate has led to denial of an application for site development in a ruling issued Tuesday. City Hearings Officer Rick Whitlock found the application by Northwest Properties & Investments LLC lacked data t

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-24 08:01:00

Noah: Good news sometimes is the best news

I sometimes hear from readers complaining they're tired of all the "bad news." Aren't we all? Too many people with no shelter from the cold. Not enough beds for those suffering a mental crisis. Drug addiction destroying families. Too many men in power who can't keep their hands to themselves. I do b

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-24 08:01:00

The artful side of woodwork

Man has valued the beauty and versatility of wood for centuries. With equal parts skill and imagination, craftsmen have coaxed everything from functional implements to stunning works of art from this rich and abundant resource. A range of wood craftsmanship will be displayed at the 38th Annual Harve

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 16:00:00

Since You Asked: Cable fencing reduces head-on collisions

Along the I-5 corridor from Ashland through Central Point and stretching farther north up to Portland, the Oregon Department of Transportation is installing fencing in the median. What purpose does the fencing serve, and what issues would it be solving? I can't imagine the cost is worth it for stopp

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 15:42:00

MEMORY LANE: From the Columbus Journal archives

Students at Columbus High School were presented with a new dress code. Neatness and cleanliness applies to both girls and boys. No shirts or blouses that are tailored are to be worn out. Boys are not to wear unusually tight fitting trousers or blue jeans with rivets. Girls' skirts are not to reach m

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 21:00:00

Columbus property owners could see tax break

Residents in Columbus can expect a smaller property tax bill if the city passes a proposed budget presented to the common council. Council members got a look at the 2018 budget during a presentation from Finance Director Kim Manley and City Administrator Patrick Vander Sanden at their meeting Nov. 2

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 19:00:00

Columbus ag students research future careers

Speaking Contests: It is time for students to think about which speaking contest they would like to participate in for competition. The 7-9 grade students can participate in the Creed speaking contest. 7-8 grade students can sign up for quiz bowl, we hope to have two teams of five. 9-12 grade studen

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Reeseville Bank is sponsor of holiday parade

Reeseville State Bank is the presenting sponsor for the 2017 Christmas Parade of Lights. The parade begins Saturday at 5:30 p.m. from the corner of Main and Water streets and it will continue east to Dewey Avenue where it will disband. One new entry was announced by the organizing committee this mor

WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-24 17:59:00

$6K donated to community

RANDOLPH - Labor Day marked the 55th anniversary of the Community Corn Carnival celebration in Randolph. Along with the donations given by supporters, sales from the food and beer stands, vendors' profits, the committee was able to give back $6,012 to the community. Funds were also given to Living H

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 07:00:00

Beaver Dam High School packs up library as construction continues

Buy Now Jenny Vinz, Beaver Dam Middle School Library Media Specialist, eases a binder into a box as Andrea Cisar, Beaver Dam High School Library Assistant, assists with packing a box on Wednesday. Library staff from all of the Beaver Dam public schools were at Beaver Dam High School Wednesday to pac

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 14:30:00

Cash bag stolen from Sun Prairie bar, police say

Sun Prairie police are looking for two men who entered a local bar at closing time Wednesday night and took a cash bag. The theft happened at the Varsity Bar and Grill, 1205 W. Main St., police said. The green cloth cash bag had an undisclosed amount of money inside. The two suspects fled the bar be

MADISON - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Police seek Sun Prairie bar robbers

SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. - Police are looking for two men who robbed a Sun Prairie bar Wednesday, according to a news release. The Sun Prairie Police Department said officers responded to a report of a theft at Varsity Bar and Grill on West Main Street. According to the release, two stole a green cloth c

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-11-24 16:32:29

Arvin, Taft vote on marijuana regulations with different outcomes

Two Kern County cities took on marijuana regulation Tuesday night, each with a different outcome. Arvin could soon see new revenue next year after approving the cultivation of marijuana within city limits. Arvin City Council voted Tuesday night to pass the ordinance unanimously. The ordinance allows

BAKERSFIELD CHANNEL - 2017-11-23 01:45:03

One dog dies in trailer home fire in Tupman

TUPMAN, Calif. - One dog is dead and one person was injured in a trailer home fire in Tupman Thursday morning. County fire responded to a double-wide trailer home on fire around 10:40 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 23 in Tupman, which is west of Bakersfield. Firefighters said there was no one at home at the ti

KERNGOLDENEMPIRE - 2017-11-24 00:53:03

Several city councils discuss marijuana

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A handful of city councils in Kern discussed and voted on the topic of marijuana Tuesday night. In Taft, the city council approved an ordinance that bans marijuana commercially, blocking sales, dispensaries and farming among other things. It restricts marijuana to personal use,

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Police search for 3 suspects wanted in Truxtun Avenue murder

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Bakersfield Police Department said it is on the search for three suspects wanted for murder following an assault on Truxtun Avenue where the victim died more than a week later. Police said on Nov. 4 just after 11:30 p.m., three suspects assaulted a man in the 200 block of T

KERNGOLDENEMPIRE - 2017-11-22 23:34:15