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Mayor Becker Proclaims 4th of July Concert with Band du Pays Swing at New City Hall Lawn!

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Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

An announcement for all citizens!

We hereby proclaim an event to celebrate our country’s independence […]

William Henry Show July 23 & 24 at Carefree Buffalo to Feature the Finest

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Carefree Buffalo in Downtown Historic Jacksonville specializes in the finest American-made, hand-crafted products. We are proud to announce our 7th-Annual William Henry Premiere Dealer Show […]

Jake Johnson Graduates from US Air Force Academy

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On June 2nd, 2016, Jake Johnson (23) graduated from the United States Air Force Academy. Jake is the son of Judi & Ron Johnson (Jacksonville […]

Bella Bucks Benefit Bridge

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In early June 2016, Jacksonville Woodlands Association received a generous $1300 donation from Bella Union Restaurant. When Bella Union co-owner Christian Hamilton wrote the check, […]

Step Behind the Counter of the Oldest Bank in the Pacific Northwest!

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The historic Beekman Bank is again open for business with docents accepting “deposits” to help preserve and share local history. From 11:00am to 4:00pm, Friday […]

“Artist and Gardener” Now Open

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Artist and Gardener, a new shop in Jacksonville, is a collaborative effort—between a gardener with a love of nature, plants, flowers and animals—joined by an […]

Featured Columns

The McCullys Part 1: When Opposites Attract… – by Carolyn Kingsnorth

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Pioneer Profiles – July 2016

The story of Jane and John McCully appears to have been one of opposites attracting. Jane has been described as “courageous, […]

Growing Food Without Irrigation and Living History Days – by Rion Glynn

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Focus on Hanley Farm – July 2016

Under the hot mid-day sun at Hanley Farm, I find myself challenged to stay cool during the first 100 […]

State of the Art Presence, July 2016 – by Hannah West

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After the recent passing of our dear friend and artist member, photographer Ron Moore, Ron’s wife, Dee, generously donated a number of items to benefit […]

A Glorious Cycle of Song – by Paula & Terry Erdmann

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The Unfettered Critic – July 2016

It’s official: Teddy Abrams loves a challenge. Now entering his third season as the Britt Orchestra’s music director, Abrams is […]

News From Britt Hill, July 2016 – by Donna Briggs

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Today, nonprofit performing arts organizations across the country find that to meet the challenges of the 21st century, we must innovate. Some of the most […]

Local Men Honor Veterans, One Mile at a Time

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In April, 2016, Rogue Valley residents Ken Snelling, Terry Rasmussen and Bill Anderberg, teamed-up to participate in the Face of America Ride, one of the […]

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Summer in the City…Small Town – by Whitman Parker

My View - July 2016 Welcome to summer in the city…make that summer in the small town! Now that the Britt concert season is in full-swing and town is hopping with locals and visitors out [...]

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