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P&Z VOTES AGAINST APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT

The Ashland Planning and Zoning Commission denied a change of zoning for developer Mike McCubbin on Tuesday night during their regular monthly meeting. The unanimous “No” vote came after nearly an hour of community residents and business people voicing opposition to McCubbin’s proposal to develop property on Cobblestone Court, directly behind and west of the

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Largest Class in SoBoCo History to Graduate Sunday

It is difficult for high school principals to compare one graduating class to another, however, this year is not difficult for Dale Van Deven. On Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m the Southern Boone High School class of 2016 will graduate 133 seniors – the largest graduating class in the history of the high school. Doors

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A Different Way of Dining Out

Think of it as a dining out experience that is really “out” – as in outside. It’s more than a picnic, it is an outstanding dinner which also raises money for the SoBoCo Learning Garden. The third annual Dine in the Dirt dinner/fund raiser will be held Saturday, May 21 at 5 p.m. at the

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Optimist Pool set for Open House

Temperatures are warming up and it will quickly be time for Southern Boone families to hit the pool. The Ashland Optimist Community Swim Pool free “Open House” is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25th, 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The public is invited to attend this free event, according to pool coordinator Ernie Wrein. Pool passes will be

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City Hosts Trash Talk Meeting

The City of Ashland will host a “Town Hall” meeting on Tuesday, March 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ashland American Legion building, 123 E. Broadway, to talk about the city’s options for trash and recycling in the future. The City of Ashland is currently in contract negotiations with Republic Services for the continuance of

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