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Ashland ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rally draws thousands

More than 2,000 abortion rights protesters gathered at the Ashland Public Library Saturday and marched down Main Street to the Ashland Plaza, one of hundreds of “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies across the nation in response to a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning the constitutional right to abortion.

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‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ march set for Saturday in Ashland

A march is set to start from the Ashland Public Library at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 14, and head north for four blocks up East Main Street sidewalks to the Ashland Plaza for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” rally decrying a draft Supreme Court decision leaked last week that, if finalized, would overturn the 1970 court decision that recognized a pregnant woman’s right to make a choice whether to have an abortion.

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Review: ‘In the Heights’ musical dazzles

It’s not necessary to travel to New York City to see a Broadway-quality musical — just head to Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland to see Lin Manuel-Miranda’s “In the Heights,” an energetic, dazzlingly choreographed and incredibly produced musical that won four Tony Awards in 2008, including best musical.

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Three-alarm fire damages building on Ashland Plaza

A building on Ashland Plaza suffered significant damage Wednesday afternoon from a fire of unknown origin that didn’t cause any human injuries, but destroyed the home of a longtime Ashland couple and claimed the life of one cat while sparing another. The fire caused “significant damage” to two residences and three offices on the upper floors, while the ground floor shop and restaurant suffered smoke and water damage.

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Ashland ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rally draws thousands

More than 2,000 abortion rights protesters gathered at the Ashland Public Library Saturday and marched down Main Street to the Ashland Plaza, one of hundreds of “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies across the nation in response to a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning the constitutional right to abortion.

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‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ march set for Saturday in Ashland

A march is set to start from the Ashland Public Library at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 14, and head north for four blocks up East Main Street sidewalks to the Ashland Plaza for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” rally decrying a draft Supreme Court decision leaked last week that, if finalized, would overturn the 1970 court decision that recognized a pregnant woman’s right to make a choice whether to have an abortion.

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Review: ‘In the Heights’ musical dazzles

It’s not necessary to travel to New York City to see a Broadway-quality musical — just head to Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland to see Lin Manuel-Miranda’s “In the Heights,” an energetic, dazzlingly choreographed and incredibly produced musical that won four Tony Awards in 2008, including best musical.

Read More >

Three-alarm fire damages building on Ashland Plaza

A building on Ashland Plaza suffered significant damage Wednesday afternoon from a fire of unknown origin that didn’t cause any human injuries, but destroyed the home of a longtime Ashland couple and claimed the life of one cat while sparing another. The fire caused “significant damage” to two residences and three offices on the upper floors, while the ground floor shop and restaurant suffered smoke and water damage.

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SOU signs agreement with Ashland School District

Southern Oregon University is looking for ways to smooth out access for students in the southern Oregon region. Ashland and Medford school districts signed an intergovernmental agreement with SOU in the past week to share basic “directory information” about high school students to help the university reach out to them about enrollment opportunities.

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Standing Stone announces closure on May 29

Standing Stone Brewing Co. will permanently close its family-owned brew pub at 101 Oak St. in Ashland, it announced on its website Tuesday, May 10. To thank the community for its support, Standing Stone plans to host a farewell celebration from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, May 29, closing day, with pints priced at $3, “just as they were on opening day back in 1997!”

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Climate Spotlight: Phasing out ‘natural’ gas use in Ashland city facilities

Climate Spotlight: “Using ‘natural’ gas is one of the biggest sources of emissions in Ashland. The city needs a concrete plan to phase it out — and so do all the rest of us.”

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Ashland ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rally draws thousands

More than 2,000 abortion rights protesters gathered at the Ashland Public Library Saturday and marched down Main Street to the Ashland Plaza, one of hundreds of “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies across the nation in response to a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning the constitutional right to abortion.

Read More >

‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ march set for Saturday in Ashland

A march is set to start from the Ashland Public Library at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 14, and head north for four blocks up East Main Street sidewalks to the Ashland Plaza for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” rally decrying a draft Supreme Court decision leaked last week that, if finalized, would overturn the 1970 court decision that recognized a pregnant woman’s right to make a choice whether to have an abortion.

Read More >

Review: ‘In the Heights’ musical dazzles

It’s not necessary to travel to New York City to see a Broadway-quality musical — just head to Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland to see Lin Manuel-Miranda’s “In the Heights,” an energetic, dazzlingly choreographed and incredibly produced musical that won four Tony Awards in 2008, including best musical.

Read More >

Three-alarm fire damages building on Ashland Plaza

A building on Ashland Plaza suffered significant damage Wednesday afternoon from a fire of unknown origin that didn’t cause any human injuries, but destroyed the home of a longtime Ashland couple and claimed the life of one cat while sparing another. The fire caused “significant damage” to two residences and three offices on the upper floors, while the ground floor shop and restaurant suffered smoke and water damage.

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