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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…
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    Interview – The Elements of Health

    Interview with Dr. Force, Dr. Conry & Dr. Plank What brought you to wanting to practice natural healthcare? Dr. Force:…
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    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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    Fall Into a Great Routine!

    The smoke has cleared! When we are sometimes under the claustrophobia of the smoky days, I, like many others, start to notice the toll it can take on our general happiness. Even when the smoke is thick and we don’t want to go outside, there are still blue skies up…

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    Adaptogens for Resiliency and Optimal Wellness

    As we know, living in the Rogue Valley has certainly had its challenges over the past few months. So, while supporting our immune and respiratory health is beneficial now, and as we move more into fall and winter, we should also focus on building our body’s resiliency with our botanical,…

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    Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar fasciitis is the most common diagnosis for pain in the bottom of the foot. However, the plantar fascia is rarely the primary cause of your foot pain. With 26 bones and over 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments, the foot is a complex system. And the plantar fascia is just…

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    Peace & Tolerance Through Crisis

    It’s safe to say that nothing has been easy about being a small business owner over the past 2½ years. Staying healthy and economically viable, while also coping with the devastation of the Almeda fire has made staying sane quite challenging. But I’m not alone! I know the challenges of…

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    Interview – The Elements of Health

    Interview with Dr. Force, Dr. Conry & Dr. Plank What brought you to wanting to practice natural healthcare? Dr. Force: I was very sick as a teenager after contracting mononucleosis that turned into post-viral chronic fatigue immunodeficiency syndrome and, ultimately, ulcerative colitis. Frustrated with being “dropped through the cracks” of…

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    Locals Spotlight: Passion, Compassion and Service- Getting to Know Ashlander Abby Lewis

    By Jordan Pease Abby Lewis is a 20-year resident of Ashland and has been a strong supporter of RVML since the very beginning. She is very much a walks her talk kind of person with a strong, demonstrated commitment to helping people. She’s a very involved community member and has…

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    Local Spotlight: The Spirit of Ashland Artistry of Leadership in City Government (Part 2 of 3)

    A Three-Part Interview Series by Jordan Pease and Three-Term Ashland Mayor John Stromberg – September 2021 Issue of LocalsGuide Magazine– Ashland, Oregon Great community leadership is born from an artistry in combining disparate talents and crafting them with vision, wisdom, dedication, and hard work. Here in part two of this…

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    Famous Fall Flowers

    Chrysanthemums and pansies are shining stars of fall. They both add cheerful, bright, and long-lasting color. People all over the world enjoy flowers, and these two specifically have been cultivated to create a seemingly endless array of varieties.  Chrysanthemums have a rich history across many cultures. Today, their immense popularity…

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    The Hellball Done Cometh…

    On a raft trip with a fellow arborist and boater, I heard him make a reference to the word “hellball.” When I asked him what he meant by that, he pointed skyward and said, simply, “the sun.” I got the meaning immediately! I hate to admit it folks, but the…

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    Featured Vendor of the Month: #648

    Come have some fun at the Ashland Artisan Emporium!   My name is Nick and I’ve been into collecting and geek pop culture since I was a kid, and pretty much my entire adult career has been spent selling fun things. Finding and sharing awesome things with other people is…

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    In retirement, guarantees matter.

    1 in 5 Americans age 65 or older are working or looking for work. Why do so many expect to postpone a typical, leisure-filled retirement? One theory points to the decline of pensions and the need to replace the income stream that used to come—guaranteed—from a past employer. Approximately 14%…

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    Don’t Believe Everything You Hear

    What an interesting time we are in. Between smoky skies, the resurgence of positive Covid-19 results in our valley, and controversial decision making by those in power, we are seeing a lot of movement in and around Oregon, particularly the Rogue Valley. For a while it seemed as though we…

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