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Two years after Stephanie Warner's disappearance, Jackson County Sheriff's Department detectives now believe the Applegate woman is dead and that her boyfriend knows the location of her body. have identified 62-year-old Lennie Ames, her boyfriend at the time of her disappearance on July 4, 2013, as a suspect but no charges yet have been filed. Investigators say their suspicions are based on physical evidence they have collected and alleged inconsistencies in Ames' statements about Warner's whereabouts. "We believe he's responsible for her death, and that he took her somewhere, and that he knows where she's at," said sheriff's Detective Eric Henderson. Comment?
Ashland residents who hear an unexpected knock on their door Sunday afternoon may be greeted by an Ashland High School student seeking support for the Youth Activities and Academics Levy . Volunteers aiming to spread the word on Measure 15-134, the five-year local option tax levy that's up for renewal on the May 19 ballot, will be making what they hope will be their final campaign push this weekend with a door-to-door canvassing effort slated to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday. Comment?
ScienceWorks will hold its 12th annual “Science of Wine” dinner, wine tasting and auction Thursday, April 30, at Ashland Springs Hotel. The fundraiser one of the two big money-makers ScienceWorks hosts each year to support its educational programs for more than 10,000 kids annually. The event welcomes 120 donors to a sumptuous, multi-course dinner with local winemakers offering a different wine for each course and for the appetizer segment, and explaining how they go about making their wines so good, says Rachel Cardillol, ScienceWorks director of marketing and guest services. Comment?
KS Wild Hike: The group will lead a free six-mile wildflower hike along the Lower Rogue River Trail from Grave Creek to Whisky Creek. A carpool will leave at 8:30 a.m. from Northwest Nature Shop, 154 Oak St., Ashland. Comment?
Well-known environmental and social justice activist Barry Snitkin died on Feb. 5 after the sudden onset of an aggressive form of colon cancer. Choosing to pay tribute while Snitkin could experience the appreciation of his accomplishments, more than 500 people recently attended the opening of the 13th annual Siskiyou FilmFest in Grants Pass - an event Snitkin pioneered in 2002 to sharpen focus on the ecological wonders of the Klamath-Siskiyou region. "It's rare in our society to celebrate someone while they're still alive. It's special and I don't think it is done enough," said Joseph Vaile, executive director at Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center. Comment?
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