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Editor's Corner

November brings us to Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving. We want to salute the men and women who have given of themselves through service in our Nation’s Armed Forces. Veterans don’t consider themselves heroes, rather ordinary people taking part in something larger than themselves. A veteran honors those fallen who are the real heroes. Veterans possess a special experience, and an American veteran learns important lessons about leadership, comradeship, and love of their homeland.

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Girls Soccer Team Improving Ashland’s Finnegan: A Building Block For The Future

Emily Finnegan is only a sophomore, but it’s players like her that’ll be needed to help the Ashland girls soccer team gain respect and become a viable force in the Tri-Valley League.
Finnegan, at 5-feet and 102-pounds, is small, but don’t underestimate her diminutive  frame. She’s been labeled by coach Traci Sipniewski as “opportunistic and relentless.’’  

Do Your Thanksgiving and Holiday Shopping on Nov. 22

The Ashland Farmers Market will hold a special Thanksgiving market at the Ashland Middle School Gym on Nov. 22, 9 am to 1 pm.

Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) is back this year for its second-ever Thanksgiving market. The special market will be held at the Ashland Middle School Gym, 87 W Union St. (Rt. 135), Saturday, Nov. 22, 9 am to 1 pm. Purchase your Thanksgiving fixings and get your holiday shopping done all in one trip!
AFM has expanded the special market from 22 vendors in 2013 to 40 this year, including 16 artisans.