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April 13, 2024

Economy

Business

‘On track’: Naumes Suncrest Winery readies expansion in time for summer

Naumes Suncrest Winery is preparing for summer in a big way. From the building of a new outdoor stage designed to accommodate full bands, to outdoor seating renovations that will quadruple capacity — not to mention a concert series in the works — the Talent winery at 1950 Suncrest Road says it is on track to open its new, larger outdoor space by June.

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Columnists

Real Estate Corner: Embracing transparency — The future of home buying and selling in Ashland

Real Estate Corner: The National Association of Realtors (NAR) settlement, awaiting court approval, beckons us towards a future rich with transparency and fairness. This shift comes against the backdrop of some outside the real estate industry not fully understanding the pro-consumer benefits and some within the industry not clearly articulating how the process works to their clients.

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City Government

Success and snafu as Ashland’s 2200 Ashland St. shelters transition

The city of Ashland’s emergency shelter which offered 24/7 shelter at 2200 Ashland St. is officially closed and all its final occupants were either housed or lodged in alternative shelter. But the city’s contract with Opportunities for Housing, Resources & Assistance has expired, leaving the city without an operator for its severe weather shelter, which offered a place to stay overnight during cold snaps and heat waves at the same location. 

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‘On track’: Naumes Suncrest Winery readies expansion in time for summer

Naumes Suncrest Winery is preparing for summer in a big way. From the building of a new outdoor stage designed to accommodate full bands, to outdoor seating renovations that will quadruple capacity — not to mention a concert series in the works — the Talent winery at 1950 Suncrest Road says it is on track to open its new, larger outdoor space by June.

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SOU celebrates its 31st annual powwow

Community members from a variety of backgrounds will gather Saturday and Sunday for the 31st annual Southern Oregon University Powwow, widely regarded as the largest student-led event on campus. The event, hosted by the school’s Native American Student Union, is expected to draw thousands of visitors to Lithia Motors Pavilion in its second year back on campus after a COVID hiatus.

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