The Scoop

  • One Giant Step for Courthouse

One Giant Step for Courthouse

  • October 30th, 2014

See plans for Phase 1 of the General Construction Plan for seismic upgrades and more of the $1.1 million Jacksonville Courthouse project to convert […]

  • 2nd-Annual Veterans Day Service

2nd-Annual Veterans Day Service

  • October 30th, 2014

Jacksonville’s Tom Piete and Jack Berger, both of whom are military veterans, are once again sponsoring a special Veterans Day service on Tuesday, November […]

  • Victorian Christmas Volunteers Wanted

Victorian Christmas Volunteers Wanted

  • October 29th, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, OR—Historic Jacksonville, Inc. is seeking volunteers to serve as docents at the 1873 Cornelius C. Beekman House on December weekends during Jacksonville’s Victorian […]

Featured Columns

  • Fred von Tress – by Kathie Olsen

Fred von Tress – by Kathie Olsen

  • October 30th, 2014

Everybody Has a Story – November 2014

He doesn’t make a big noise in this town. Maybe you’ve seen him riding his recumbent bike, or […]

  • Loving Linen and Lace – by Margaret Barnes

Loving Linen and Lace – by Margaret Barnes

  • October 30th, 2014

Speaking of Antiquing – November 2014

Traditional Holiday Dinners evoke many emotions because of the traditions we try to keep, the family members we celebrate […]

  • What a Nightmare – by Mayor Paul Becker

What a Nightmare – by Mayor Paul Becker

  • October 30th, 2014

A Few Minutes with the Mayor – November 2014

The following scenario has not happened, but with all things possible is certainly worth contemplating…

It took […]

  • Artifact 2: Cap Guns – by Kyle Crebbin

Artifact 2: Cap Guns – by Kyle Crebbin

  • October 30th, 2014

Digging Jacksonville – November 2014

During the excavation of the Chinese Quarter by the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology (SOULA) in the Fall of […]

Publisher Unplugged

My View, November 2014 – by Whitman Parker

This fall has been an exciting time in Jacksonville. In the midst of it all, it’s also election season and the Review sponsored the City Council Candidate Forum, which drew a full house of […]

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