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Local business come together for “Passion of Service 2020”

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Passion for Service 2020

KOBI5 NEWS MEDFORD, Ore. – Service organizations in the Rogue Valley are in need of supplies and funds. As a result, multiple Rogue Valley businesses are joining together to answer the call for help. Medford Radiology, Adroit Construction, Garrison’s, Jackson County Physical Therapy, KDP Certified Public Accountants, Mercy Flights, RHT Energy and the Rogue Credit…

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Mail Tribune by Peter Buckly, Sunday, May 10th, 2020. April of each year has been designated as Child Abuse Awareness Month in our country, and this year has been different than any other. Given what is happening with our families due to the COVID-19 emergency, raising awareness and doing everything we can to support our…

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by Family Nurturing Center

Photo Caption: Bethany Pitts, after-school director for the Rogue Valley Family YMCA, shows kids how to make bouncy balls at Hedrick Middle School in July. The YMCA is one of several partner agencies in the Rogue Challenge that aims to connect clients with a more holistic range of services. Andy Atkinson / Mail Tribune Written…

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by Family Nurturing Center

Photo Caption: Shoppers browse the selection of plants at last year’s Heritage Plant Sale at Hanley Farm. Photo courtesy of Southern Oregon Historical Society. Written by Rhonda Nowak for the Mail Tribune. Spring is here, and that means the Family Nurturing Center of Medford’s Farm and Food Program is gearing up for another season of…

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by Family Nurturing Center

Photo Caption: Andy Atkinson / Mail Tribune. Dr. Lee Murdoch, shown inside the Southern Oregon Pediatrics Center in Medford, has spent his career improving the health of Rogue Valley children and their families. Written by Steve Boyarsky for the Mail Tribune. Q: If you could wave your magic wand, what would you like to see…

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by Family Nurturing Center

Photo Caption: Rebecca Schubbe, a mentor with the Family Nurturing Center, plays with her children Maretta, 3, and Bella, 4, at the center on Wednesday. Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch Written by Tammy Asnicar for the Mail Tribune. At age 6, Daylene Padilla witnessed her half-sister’s father commit suicide in their home. It was just…

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The Time is Now. Changes to the Mail Tribune and Ashland Tidings

“Change is the law of life.” – John F. Kennedy

We’d like to explain changes coming to our newspapers.

Four years ago, Rosebud Media became the proud owner of The Mail Tribune and Ashland Tidings. The purchase marked the beginning of a planned and cathartic change in both heritage newspapers. Those that heard me speak know we did not come here to save a newspaper (that’s not possible in today’s world) but rather to grow a 21st century multi-platform news and information resource for our community.

That goal is finally coming to fruition.

This means change – change we believe will be welcomed by most – if only because it keeps our presses running and news coming. Overwhelmingly, we’re all getting our news in the palm of our hands these days, and newspapers, magazines, broadcasters, and cable outlets that haven’t welcomed that challenge have lost their audiences or even forced to close.

Our first step in this process happened over a year ago. Both Medford and Ashland newspapers began publishing in the same size and format featuring the same national and regional news stories as we always have done. We added more video stories, developed an easy-to-use app, website, and e-edition reader. We changed our branding (to MT and AT logos) and created a better, user-friendly experience for our subscribers.

Effective Aug. 1 here is what you can expect:

  • Going forward we will have ONE newspaper: The Mail Tribune with two editions.
  • The TWO editions are: The Mail Tribune, serving Medford and surrounding communities and the Ashland Edition of The Mail Tribune serving Phoenix, Talent, Ashland, and Northern California.
  • Each edition will continue to have its own local section, every day, with the local reporting and a more robust opinion offering. These sections will grow in pages and in coverage to focus on each community.
  • We will continue to publish news each day Monday through Sunday.
  • SEVEN days a week digitally (includes delivery to your inbox by 5:3O a.m. and real-time updates on local breaking news stories 24/7).
  • FOUR days per week in print. Printed days will be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday – delivered as you receive now.
  • Additionally, we’ve made a commitment to producing more local video in both our online editions.

Our commitment to fair reporting and an open mind to varied opinions remains our strength. On behalf of our entire Rosebud Media / Mail Tribune and RoseBud Channel teams, thank you for your continued support.

Best regards,

Steven

Sours: https://www.ashlandtidings.com/top-stories/news/2021/07/15/the-time-is-now-changes-to-the-mail-tribune-and-ashland-tidings/
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    Description

    The Mail Tribune electronic edition app lets subscribers read their favorite paper on an iOS device​ with all the stories, ads and photos shown exactly as it appears in print. Flip through an exact digital print replica of the printed newspaper of the Mail Tribune on your tablet or phone and find in-depth coverage of everything from local news and sports to business, opinions, entertainment, lifestyle and photos. You’ll see why the Mail Tribune is Southern Oregon’s leader for local news, consistently winning awards for its coverage and page design. You can rely on the Mail Tribune every day of the year for quality reporting and engaging content. Users who already have an all-access account can log in with their existing username and password.

    Version 3.2.64

    • Improved Resolution of images on iPad Pro
    • Improved the download speed on slow connections
    • Optimized for iOS14 to eliminate crashes

    Ratings and Reviews

    Love reading online-didn’t think I would

    It took me awhile to adjust to reading the Mail Tribune online but I love it now. I’m 75 and the app is very user friendly. A big plus is that I can adjust the print size which makes reading so much more enjoyable. I still like getting a printed paper in the morning - a habit hard to change - but when traveling it’s wonderful to keep up with the local news on my iPad. Try it you may just like it. Good job Mail Tribune!

    Excellent App!

    The on-line Mail Tribune is an excellent app. One of the best I’ve seen. The image quality is clear and expandable, so very easy to read every word, including captions. In addition I enjoy both the crossword puzzle and sudoku, which are simple to print at home. I have not missed the print edition at all, though I continue to receive both 4 days a week. Kudos to the Mail Tribune for a stellar transition - keep up the excellence!

    When Away!

    The Trib makes it t easy plus convenient to stay up to date with accurate current and reliable information regarding my community, having read this newspaper for over 65 years it is comforting to have the e-edition available no matter where we are globally.

    The developer, Rosebud Media, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

    Data Used to Track You

    The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

    • Contact Info
    • Identifiers
    • Usage Data

    Data Linked to You

    The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

    Data Not Linked to You

    The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

    Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

    Information

    Seller
    Rosebud Media, LLC

    Size
    62.8 MB

    Category
    News

    Compatibility
    iPhone
    Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
    iPad
    Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
    iPod touch
    Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
    Mac
    Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.

    Age Rating
    12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References

    Copyright
    © Copyright 2021 Rosebud Media, LLC

    Price
    Free

    Supports

    • Family Sharing

      With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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