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    Elated Family Acupuncture

    Elated Family Acupuncture is a family practice at Siskiyou Clinic of Natural Medicine located in Ashland, Oregon and owned by…
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    Glow – Inner Beauty Outer Glow

    Walk into Glow, and you will see beauty in every detail. Walk out, and you will feel nurtured and cared…
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    Vivian Schiedler, MD – Oasis Eye Face & Skin Specializing in Plastic Surgery around the Eyes

    Oasis Eye Face & Skin is a medical and surgical practice specializing in eyelids and tissues around the eyes, as…
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    Dave Porter – Loan Depot Mortgages That Work For You

    Many people think that the greatest expense they will have in their life is the purchase of a home. This…
    August 31, 2021

    Interview – The Elements of Health

    Interview with Dr. Force, Dr. Conry & Dr. Plank What brought you to wanting to practice natural healthcare? Dr. Force:…
    August 31, 2021

    Interview – Gateway Real Estate

    Interview with Victoria Sheadel & John Steinbergs of Gateway Real Estate Hi Victoria and John, thank you very much for…
    July 28, 2021

    Interview – Boys and Girls Club

    It was beyond time to conduct this interview with Greg Roe and his team of the Boys & Girls Club…
    July 28, 2021

    Interview – John Stromberg

    A Three-Part Interview Series by Jordan Pease and Three-Term Ashland Mayor John Stromberg Great community leadership is born from an…
    July 28, 2021

    Interview – Ashland Electric Bikes

    After 14 years of offering top-of-the-line electric bikes to customers in Ashland and around southern Oregon, Jerry Solomon has sold…
    June 29, 2021

    Interview – Todays Dentistry

    Two years ago, Dr. James Burneson, or “Dr. B” as he’s known to his patients, took the helm of Today’s…

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    SOU/AT&T Cell Tower Receives City Approval

    Oregon for Safer Technology has filed an appeal with the Planning Commission to object to the SOU tower. Community opposition will be key, so please join our email list at http://www.or4safertech.org, and follow our email updates to support the critically important actions we are taking.  Our opposition is based on…

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    Dave Porter – Loan Depot Mortgages That Work For You

    Many people think that the greatest expense they will have in their life is the purchase of a home. This is true, but more specific and to the point is the cost of the mortgage you must attain to buy your home. Thousands upon thousands of dollars can be quickly…

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    Leadership in City Government (Part 3 of 3)

    Great community leadership is born from an artistry in combining disparate talents and crafting them with vision, wisdom, dedication, and hard work. In this three-part interview series, former Ashland mayor John Stromberg talks about the quality of leadership that is required to make a city great. John talks about his…

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    Dance Yourself Alive

    ‘TAKE IT ALL OFF!” The bedridden woman repeatedly yelled when she saw me dancing. With a black full body leotard, I danced 3 minutes in five different cultural music venues. I swiftly changed props between sets: Spanish shawl, African feather collar, Japanese kimono, Egyptian headdress, lavender cape. Attendees in the…

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    Too Stubborn to Fail

     A few years back while being interviewed for a listing, we were asked how we had made it this far. We weren’t sure if they meant as wives, as friends or as business partners but regardless, our answer was the same; we are too stubborn to fail. We knew it…

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    “Fun, it’s in our Nature!” October 2021 Edition

    RECREATION…  The 2021 Autumn Community PlayGuide, “What to Do,” is out and registration is OPEN! Learn more and self-register for a recreation program by visiting AshlandParksandRec.org to access the PlayGuide.  PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION…  Parks and Recreation Commissioners hold their regular business meeting the 2nd Wednesday of each month at…

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    Skilled Labor

    I think we can all agree the United States has a shortage of skilled labor, and the automotive industry is feeling the crunch as much as any other industry. It’s estimated 100,000 technicians are leaving the industry every year, with only 25,000 entering. If you do the math, that’s a…

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    Featured Vendor of the Month: #530, Illis Casteel

    This month we are highlighting a lovely vendor named Illis Casteel. She has been curating her space, #530, for a couple of years now. She is one of the many talented and creative vendors we are lucky to host. Her inventory changes frequently.   She says, “I have had a…

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    Take Care of It Like a Puppy

    We get a lot of questions here at Ashland Electric Bikes. How many miles do your bikes go? Do you have bikes with a throttle? Can you do a wheelie on it? Does it come in purple? We take great pride in being able to answer all of your questions.…

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    Great Gardening in October

    October is here! Cooler nights are back, giving us beautifully crisp mornings to enjoy. We get a lot of questions here at the greenhouses about whether or not it is too late to plant this time of year. Because we have such a mild climate here, we are able to…

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    Vital Aging

    Vital aging is maintenance of optimal health, function of body and mind, and well-being throughout life free of the impairments to health that plague most people as they age. We are bombarded with marketing intended to make us believe we can anti-age and live well into a second century of…

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    What Do Low Interest Rates Mean for Retirement?

    When interest rates are low, you may have questions about how this affects your financial strategy. Low interest rates often make investors worry about lagging returns. Investors might consider adding income annuities to their retirement portfolio.  How to compare income-generating solutions when interest rates are low. When looking at ways…

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