Principal Kelley St. Coeur, on June 4, welcomed family, friends, community leaders, and students to the 2017 Ashland High School graduation-- the 144th graduating class. St. Coeur thanked many people in the audience, including the military, first responders, past and present... Read More
Welcome! Registration forms are available on the rectory porch and in the Church. If you would like a form mailed to your home please call the...Read More
The Ashland Garden Club is a friendly group of about 25 members with widely differing experiences in gardening. Our main focus is beautification...Read More
It is summer and time once again for the very popular annual exhibition of artwork by Ashland High School (AHS) art students. The work is...Read More
There was no sophomore jinx for Mike Grimes, who last month finished his second year as Ashland High’s athletic director.
The 44-year-old Grimes not only enjoyed the success of 11 Clocker programs that competed in post-season tournaments, but he also was pleased that...
After making it to the Division 3 South Quarter Finals a year earlier, Ashland was primed to make another run this post season. Unfortunately things didn’t go as planned during the beginning of the season and it looked as though the Clockers were in for a long season.
Growing up Max Freeman was involved in hockey, baseball, soccer and tennis, but by the sixth grade the Ashland native dropped three of the four sports and concentrated on becoming the best tennis player he could possibly be. It didn’t hurt that his father taught tennis...Read More