The Ashland Chronicle
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Exclusive: Opinion Article

Civic Action

We are holding this space for an exclusive article, an opinion piece, that will knock your socks off. It should be posted on Monday or Tuesday. You need to watch for it. It has to do with water supply/demand in Ashland and more.

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October 29, SOCAN Meeting

Civic Action, Local Activism

PRESS RELEASE:  For Immediate Release DATE:  October 22nd 2019 CONTACT: Brent Florendo, Native Nations Liaison, Native American Studies, SOU, (541) 552-8582 - florendb@sou.edu; Alan Journet, Co-facilitator, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now; alan@socan.info 541-301-4107 SUBJECT:  Traditional Natural Law: Understanding the Source of this Perspective Supporting the leadership and sovereignty of indigenous nations and tribal peoples, whose lands we have occupied and …

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City Lost Another Suit Around Employment Issues

Civic Action, Local Activism

Former senior center director settles with city by John Darling for the Tidings Former Ashland Senior Center manager Christine Dodson, who was fired during a controversial reorganization by the Parks & Recreation Department in August 2017 after 10 years on the job, has settled her lawsuit against the city for $538,000. Dodson sued in May 2018 for $1.1 million, plus …

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