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Rising From Rust

Editor's Note: This is Part Two of a four-part in a series about the past, present and future of the former F.E. Myers Pump Company complex and Pump House Ministries.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the 10th in a series of features on young professionals in the Ashland business community. Part IX was on the Ashland Young Professionals Kick-Off. Part VIII was on Zane Stepp. Part VII was on Ben Schnell. Part VI was on Kelly Cooke. Part V was on Beau Carpenter. Part …

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    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a series of features on young professionals in the Ashland business community. Part I was on Ashland Young Professionals.

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    ASHLAND -- Debates and policy statements tend to run together over a long election cycle. Most of what a candidate will tell you sounds good on paper, but it’s extremely difficult to determine who will actually follow through and bring about great change to the community.

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    Hands down, the worst part of climbing is the fitness, diet and prep work that happens in the months before the trek. For those looking to tackle a long backpacking trail, a higher peak or just want to cut 20 pounds in three months, here’s a quick guide based on what I’m doing right now to train for a summit attempt in August—King’s Peak, the highest point in Utah at over 13,000 feet.

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