Pam Wright of Fresh Air Fitness and Jason & Jacque Williams of Jacksonville Chiropractic Clinic are co-sponsoring Jacksonville’s first-annual Health Fair, to be held […]
Celebrate the Arts returns to Jacksonville over Labor Day weekend, Friday, August 29th-Sunday, August 31st from 10:00am-5:00pm daily on the grounds of the historic […]
We live in a beautiful place. It strikes me each time I return home from traveling how comforted I feel by the patchwork of farms and forests outlined from the air, how I breathe a little more easily...
Benefiting Asante Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network
The Southern Oregon World of Wine festival, held each August, has a new twist thanks to the Asante […]
Explore Jacksonville's Historic past on History Saturday with tours and presentations at Jacksonville's Historic Cemetery, Beekman House and Beekman Bank.
The requirement to run for office is now that you must be a City resident for one year before the date of the election.
Everything You Should Know About a Mortgage But Were Afraid To Ask
On a recent trip to Greece, I was very surprised that everywhere we […]
Soul Matters – August 2014
There’s a meme going around these days called “Spiritual But Not Religious,”and it’s growing like gangbusters. (There is also the […]
The Unfettered Critic – August 2014
We were taken aback last summer when a friend grumbled that George Gershwin’s l925 composition “Concerto in F” shouldn’t […]
State of the Art Presence Art Center – August 2014
Americans for the Arts (www.americansforthearts.org) compiled a compelling list of Ten Reasons to […]
Although those of us who call the Rogue Valley home realize we have a wonderful place to live, raise a family and do business, evidenced by the statistics previously shared, it is apparent that far too much of our culture of caring is borne of economic necessity.
In spite of the oft repeated news that the Great Recession ended in 2009, I am going to provide you with a number of very clear and disturbing statistics within this article that make it abundantly clear our community is still struggling to break free from its lingering grip.