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KidCents & Rite Aid presents Daniel Tiger!

Daniel Tiger at Phoenix Rite Aid

Meet Daniel Tiger

On Saturday, January 13, KidCents and Rite Aid will be hosting Daniel Tiger for a special event, and you’re invited! From 10am to 2pm, come down to the Phoenix Rite Aid’s new location for a day of fun … Continued

NEW SERIES FROM ANN CURRY

Ann Curry is no stranger to southern Oregon viewers. Ann, who graduated from Ashland High School, earned her B.A. degree in Journalism at the University of Oregon and returned home to the Rogue Valley to start her career at KTVL … Continued

OREGON FIELD GUIDE: Glacier Caves, Mt. Hood’s Secret World

Thursday, October 10 at 8:30 p.m.
Hidden beneath the surface of Mt. Hood is an ice cave hundreds of feet deep and 50 feet in diameter in some places. Explore what is the largest ice cave complex in the Lower 48, … Continued



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NextAvenue

  • How to Bounce Back From a Health Crisis
    After a major injury or illness, your own participation and perspective can make the difference between moving past a health crisis and letting it define the rest of your life. Psychologist Elizabeth …
  • Have You Heard From Your Dead Loved Ones?
    One night, not long after her husband’s sudden death in March 2016, Kim Sheridan’s grief and despair peaked. The Southern California resident begged him for a sign, some kind of communication. Soon af …
  • The 7 Top Challenges for Millennial Job Hunters
    (The following is excerpted from the new book, Millennials in Wonderland: Coaching Grads at the Crossroads of Life and Career by Wendy and Kenneth Schuman. The website for the book is Millennialsinwon …

EarthFix


  • Some Columbia River Gorge Trail Closures Could Last Years

    The U.S. Forest Service gave an update on the conditions of Columbia River Gorge trails Friday. They say some trails may take years to reopen.

  • Trump Eases Rules For Bird-Killing Wind Turbines, Power Lines

    Most birds in the United States have been protected under federal law. But now, to benefit the energy industry, the Trump administration has made a major change to how the law is enforced.

  • Northwest Sea Lion Saved From Certain Death Now Does Tricks In Chicago

    Take a peek into the life of a California sea lion that would have been killed to protect salmon if he hadn’t been taken in by the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.


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