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Britt Announces 2018 Orchestra Season

2018 Britt Orchestra Season highlights Bernstein, brings bassist Edgar Meyer and other artists

Britt Music & Arts Festival and Britt Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams announce the 2018 Britt Orchestra Season, which will run from July […]

SOCAN asks – Do residents of Southern Oregon worry about climate change?

Do residents of Southern Oregon worry about climate change, and if so, what are their chief concerns?

An exhibit and documentary at the Jacksonville Public Library running January 9 – 31, 2018 attempts to answer those […]

A Passport to the Past: Windows in Time Celebrates its 10th Anniversary

The 2018 Windows in Time lecture series begins its 10th year of making local history come alive! During this time these popular monthly talks, co-sponsored by the Jackson County Library Services and Southern Oregon Historical […]

David Gordon’s “Pioneer Christmas” Performances Canceled

We all love David Gordon!  Unfortunately, the Jacksonville Review had already gone to press when the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce learned that David had to cancel his “Pioneer Christmas” performances due to personal reasons.  David’s […]

Global Recycling Crisis Creates Local Changes

Rogue Disposal & Recycling offers new opportunities for local recycling

MEDFORD, OR — In response to the recycling crisis brought on by China’s crackdown on imported recyclable materials from the US, Rogue Disposal & Recycling is […]

CASA Giving Tree Program in Jacksonville

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) provide a powerful voice for abused and neglected children. In 2016, 178 CASA volunteers served as the voice for 628 children in situations of abuse and neglect in […]

Bank on a Merry Beekman Christmas

When Historic Jacksonville, Inc. opens the historic Beekman Bank Museum for “Behind the Counter” tours during Jacksonville’s Victorian Christmas celebration over the first three weekends in December, they will also be sharing an early Christmas […]

Tis the Season for a Safety Check – by Devin Hull, Jacksonville Fire Chief

This fall and winter, before lighting your fireplace or wood stove, have it inspected and/or cleaned. Inspections should also include the chimney and flues, due to a possible buildup of dangerous creosote. Please also remember […]

Angels Adorn the Walls at GoodBean

Visitors and locals are invited to stop in to GoodBean Coffee and admire the selection of artwork hanging for their 5th-annual “Angel Art Show.”

Inspired by co-owner Mary Kell’s love of angels, the show features heart-warming, […]

Carl Nelson’s Signature on the Moon Helps Define Him! – by Mike McClain

Sensational Seniors – December 2017/January 2018

This December “Sensational Seniors” article features well-known and involved former Jacksonville citizen, Carl Nelson, whose 36-year career with Hughes Aircraft is a story in of itself. First, however, it is […]