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A long-time Ashland eyeglass store has shifted downtown storefronts and is undergoing other changes to compete in a changing world.

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Ashland’s oldest liquor store has changed hands again and now will be run by a father-son team with extensive small-business experience.

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Adams Publishing Group announced Monday that it purchased the assets of the Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership from W.D. Hoard & Sons Co. The Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership publish 13 commun…

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Just a bit over two years after it was proposed to the Ashland City Council, the Ashland Cobblestone Inn and Suites has opened at the corner of Main Street West and Ninth Avenue West. Steve Nichols (from left), a visiting manager with Cobblestone, chats Tuesday with front desk employees Lori…

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Business On Stage will present “The Secrets to Business Longevity” Oct. 25 at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. The event will include complimentary pizza at 6 p.m. and presentations by local business owners P.C. Rasmussen, owner of Lakewoods Resort and Forest Ridges Golf Course, and …

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This week's announcement that corporate behemoth Sears Holdings is declaring bankruptcy sent shockwaves through the retail world — including in places like Ashland with its Sears Hometown store.

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The witching hour has been extended to three hours in Ashland as a Halloween tradition takes shape downtown Thursday with the reanimation of Witches’ Night Out Thursday.

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It is a tale of two projects for Washburn residents as two rival developers are vying to buy city land near the Chequamegon Bay waterfront.

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A power outage that left almost 5,000 people without electricity Thursday morning was caused by a tree that fell on a line.

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C&S Design & Engineering, Inc. has been transitioning and changing over the last year as ownership of the business has transferred from Stephen Schraufnagel to Hans Dahl and Lauren DuCharme.

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St. Luke’s celebrated the opening of its new Chequamegon Clinic building with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house Wednesday. Many community members and leaders attended, including members of the planning commission and Ashland Chamber of Commerce. 

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Business On Stage presents four young entrepreneurs, Emily Jeffress, Jackson Kysar, Heather Wilcox, and William Whiting. Each will describe how they pursued their individual dreams to launch a new business enterprise and will discuss their journeys, the hard work, challenges and rewards of b…

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WASHBURN – Leino's Gas and Goods BP Station, located at 137 West Bayfield Street in Washburn, will be changing hands next month as owners Tom Tibbits and his wife Susan have decided to sell the store to Midland TownMart.

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According to Jackson Kysar, owner of Marengo’s Burger Barn, the beef is the secret to the near legendary status enjoyed by the popular eatery.

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On Friday, HK Hospitality Management, LLC announced that a purchase agreement has been signed between Telemark Development Partners, LLC (Buyer) and Mt Telemark Partners, LLC (Seller) for the purchase of the iconic Telemark Resort which has been shuttered in recent years.

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While this year’s Black Friday sales have come and gone, people won’t have to wait until next year to score name brand products at discounted prices because one of Ashland’s newest stores aims to make every day “Black Fridays.”

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In an effort to inspire shoppers to take advantage of the many local brick and mortar stores, the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce is once again encouraging people to participate in their “Shop Small, Win Big” promotion and earn double points on purchases made on Small Business Saturday.

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After much anticipation and hard work, Up North Fitness is officially open for business in the historic Masonic Temple Building right behind Huhn Drug.

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This Christmas Season the Ashland Chamber of Commerce is making it easy to choose shopping small.