American Craft Beer Week Kicks Off

ASHLAND, Ore. — More than 150 brewing companies are spread out through 66 Oregon cities. Local brewers said the Rogue Valley is starting to be put on the map with the likes of Portland and Bend for its craft beer. Standing Stone Brewery in Ashland is just one of southern Oregon business that has brewed … Continue reading »

Spent Grain Proposal Worries Brewers

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Food and Drug Administration announced on their website today the will make a new proposal later this summer on brewing by-products. This, after senator Wyden met with local brewers about the F.D.A. old proposal. “When caldera moved their brewery to their new location in Ashland, they invested in equipment to help … Continue reading »

Opportunities Available at Career Fair

ASHLAND, Ore. — The unemployment rate for 2013 college graduates is the lowest it’s been since the class of 2007. Tuesday, 40 employers set up tables at the Southern Oregon University career fair. Organizers said there was something for all students, ranging from internships to career opportunities. Organizers said it’s important for students to get … Continue reading »

Crash Kills Driver, Knocks Out Power

ASHLAND, Ore. — A man is dead after the car crashes into a power pole in Ashland. At around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday night, officials received reports of a car traveling at a high rate of speed. The car had crashed into power pole at intersection of Ashland Street and Siskyou Blvd. Two people were inside … Continue reading »

Short-term Rentals Against City Code

ASHLAND, Ore. — Last year Ashland resident Tom Dubois used the internet and the downstairs part of his home to make some extra money. “Before we knew that it wasn’t allowed, we rented  out to people for short term visits, over nights,  maybe one or two nights at a time, mostly to  couples in their … Continue reading »

Solar Power Help for Local Business

ASHLAND, Ore. — Going green with solar power can save a lot of money, but it can be expensive at first, which is why a local company is trying to help small businesses take advantage of millions in federal funding. Right now, millions of dollars in federal grants are up for grabs for small rural … Continue reading »

Ashland Construction Pushed Back 2 Weeks

ASHLAND, Ore. — Work continues on Calle Guanajuato in between restaurants on the Ashland plaza and the Ashland creek. Typically in the spring, restaurants expand their seating and business outside, and while that hasn’t been an issue yet, as temperatures warm up, restaurants want the project to wrap up. The project broke ground back in … Continue reading »

Dentist Office Goes Green

ASHLAND, Ore. — Monday, a new dentist office opened in Ashland, and the owner says the next time you come in for a check-up, you can go green. White Dental Studio is southern Oregon’s first Eco-Dentistry certified practice and one of few between Portland and the Bay Area. The practice saw its first patient Monday … Continue reading »

March Snow Survey Shows Record Low Level

MOUNT ASHLAND, Ore. — Snow is on the ground at Mount Ashland, but not much of it. Officials completed this month’s snow survey and found the Siskiyous are about 10 percent of what’s normal. A snow survey “course” that typically takes skis, or at the very least, snowshoes, to get to, only took hiking boots … Continue reading »

Former Club Owner Sentenced

ASHLAND, Ore. – A former Ashland café owner, accused of using drugs to solicit sex from minors, was sentenced to 20 months in prison on Thursday. Christopher Iverson plead not guilty in January. The 35-year-old is accused of rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, endangering minors and various drug charges. Police say Iverson offered drugs to high … Continue reading »

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