The Ashland Food Co-op started charging for plastic or paper bags today. The goal is to reduce waste and the money from people who use disposable bags will help reduce the price of durable, reusable bags also sold at the co-op. Get the details in your fully recyclable version of the Mail Tribune Wednesday.

The Ashland Food Co-op started charging for plastic or paper bags today. The goal is to reduce waste and the money from people who use disposable bags will help reduce the price of durable, reusable bags also sold at the co-op. Get the details in your fully recyclable version of the Mail Tribune Wednesday.