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Ashland Garden Club Begins 2018-2019 Season

The Ashland Garden Club (AGC) opened its 2018-2019 season at its annual members’ meeting on Sept. 15 when the club began another year of learning...

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Music to Protect Ashland’s Open Space

Veteran concert-goers remember a concert series that started in Ashland 50 years ago

Folks are traveling from as far as Memphis, Tennessee...

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Turkeys, Pies and More: Pre-Thanksgiving Holiday Market, Nov. 17

Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) will host its Pre-Thanksgiving holiday market, Saturday, Nov. 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Ashland Middle School...

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It’s Her Time to be Recognized: Donna Magnani, Citizen of the Year

Ashland’s Citizen of the Year was named at the annual Ashland Day on Sept. 15. Donna Magnani, this year’s winner, has worked behind the scenes for...

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Sports

Baker, Kane Took Similar Paths To Ashland’s Hall Of Fame

Chris Kane and Dennis Baker have a lot in common.
Both are Ashland High graduates and both were three-sport stars in football, basketball and baseball. And, after their college days, they both pursued careers in teaching and coaching.
The similarities don’t end...

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Ashland Field Hockey

Last year the Ashland field hockey team suffered a tough season under new head coach Molly Bennet going 2-16. It was not the way the new coach wanted to begin her reign with the Clockers. Coming into this season Bennett’s squad already has one win through the first five games...

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Culture Of CARE Key To Ashland Girls Soccer Success

Jensen Shipp is Ashland High’s new girls varsity soccer coach and one of his goals for his first season is to create a culture of CARE. And, if his players quickly embrace what the letters stand for, then success likely will follow and lead to a tournament berth.
“It’s...

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