The Ashland Chronicle
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The Night Before Christmas: Political Satire

Civic Action

The Night Before Christmas ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the House Pelossi was grinning and played cat and mouse. The indictments were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Mueller soon would be there. Republicans were nestled all snug in their beds While visions—more tax cuts—danced in their heads. And Oman in her hijab, …

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SOCAN: January 15, 6:00-8:00pm at Medford Public Library "Fire in a Fiery Climate"

Civic Action

Fire and smoke have become staples in the environmental diet of Southern Oregonians.  The question is: what to do? SOCAN’s second meeting addressing the topic ‘Forest and Fire: The climate conundrum’ serving as a follow-up to the October 30th general meeting, will focus on what we might do to minimize the problems and risks of fire.  While we recognize that …

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Ashland City Council Asked to Write a Letter of Concern about the Hog/Chicken Slaughter Farm

Civic Action

The following is what the Ashland City Council was asked  -  to write a letter of concern to Jackson County regarding the slaughter farm south of Ashland. Dr. Krause gave you an overview of a farm located on a severe slope just three-quarters of a mile from Ashland city limits and directly uphill of the TID canal.  This is of …

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Don't Uproot Ashland Goes to Ashland City Council about the Hog/Chicken Slaughter Farm

Civic Action

Below is the statement to the council made by Dr. Denise Krause.  This is an excellent summary of the issues. Dear Members of the Council: My name is Dr. Denise Krause from Ashland. I am a retired professor of public health and epidemiology. The owners of 3152 Siskiyou Blvd and the new business, Uproot Ashland, or Uproot Meats, have applied …

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