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ASHLAND - Voters in Ashland defeated a sales tax increase and bond issue planned to finish the ball park improvement project started over a decade ago.

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ASHLAND – Just in time for Ashland residents to get their yards in order this spring, the City of Ashland Compost Site is set to open.

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ASHLAND – The Ashland City Council has reached an agreement with the developers of the Whitetail Run housing project to move forward without using a controversial funding method.

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ASHLAND – All down Silver Street, from No Frills Supermarket all the way to the heart of downtown, people lined both sides of the the streets to watch the parades, a highlight of Stir-Up.

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ANNEXATION: The Ashland City Council approved the final vote July 6 to annex the Whitetail Run subdivision southeast of Ashland. (Staff Photo by Suzi Nelson)

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ASHLAND – A group of about 30 concerned citizens on both sides of the issue came together Wednesday night to discuss the proposal by a developer to use tax increment financing to fund infrastructure.

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ASHLAND – Kent Rung, the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce and Midwest Fireworks did it again, providing a great Fourth of July celebration for the community.

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ASHLAND – Heavy rain in southeastern Saunders and northwestern Cass counties caused temporary road and bridge closures and shut down one popular golf course.

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ASHLAND – Civilians and first responders spotted a thin funnel cloud near Ashland as storms popped up late Thursday afternoon.

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ASHLAND – Jason Libal, secondary principal at Wahoo Public Schools, was selected Friday as the new superintendent for Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools.

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ASHLAND – Two bricks bearing messages police are calling “terrortistic threats” were thrown through the windows at The Ashland Gazette’s office late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

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WINDOW UNDRESSING: Two bricks bearing messages police are calling “terrortistic threats” were thrown through the windows at The Ashland Gazette’s office late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. (Staff Photo by Suzi Nelson)

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ASHLAND – The Ashland Police Department needs help identifying a person who allegedly dropped a small packet of drugs while shopping at a local convenience store.

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HELP IDENTIFY: Ashland Police Department is asking the public to help identify the individual seen here purchasing cigarettes at Casey's General Store in the early morning hours of May 31.

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OVER THE LEVEE: A small crowd gathers to watch the waters spill over the levees along Salt Creek in Ashland on Thursday afternoon at about 5 p.m. (Staff Photo by Suzi Nelson)

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ASHLAND – The levee along Salt Creek in Ashland have held back flood waters successfully for several years. Until Thursday.

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ASHLAND – A 28-year-old Ashland man who was reported missing for over 48 hours was located Monday evening.

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ELITE CLUB: Ashland-Greenwood senior Tyler Craven surpassed the 1,000 point mark in high school career on Saturday and was presented with an award to honor the record by the other Bluejays who also reached that milestone. They are, from left, Roger Barber (Class of 1981), Matt Johnson (1996)…

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ASHLAND – Saturday was a day for celebration in Bluejay country, as eight wrestlers qualified for state, the boys basketball team topped rival Wahoo and six students medaled on the speech team.

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ON TO STATE: Eight Bluejays qualified for the state wrestling tournament next week by finishing fourth place or higher at the B-2 District Tournament in Nebraska City on Saturday. They are (front row, from left) Wyatt Brauckmuller, Jake Fox, Dawson Grell, Trevor Nichelson; (back row) Walker …

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INJURY: A young girl is loaded into a Life Net medical helicopter at Ashland's Wiggenhorn Park on Thursday evening by Life Net, Ashland Emergency Services adn Ashland Volunteer Fire Department personnel after falling from a tree. (Staff Photo by Suzi Nelson)