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Ashland resident Steve Ryan has started a new business that provides skilled restaurant labor on demand, he said. The business, called Rushbusters, is designed to help out restaurants that suddenly need extra workers, due to a "rush" of customers or labor shortages. The business will also serve locals who want workers to help cater a party or event. Ryan has worked in the restaurant industry for 18 years, he said. For more information, e-mail Rushbusters09@gmail.com.

Of Interest

Buckhorn Springs, a mineral springs resort located 20 minutes southeast of Ashland, will hold a 20th anniversary open house on June 27 from 2 to 6 p.m. For the past 20 years, The Bruce and Leslie Sargent family has owned and operated Buckhorn Springs, first as a country inn and now as a private retreat center. Guests at the open house will have the opportunity to tour the historically renovated buildings and grounds. For more information log on to www.buckhornsprings.org.

Adroit Construction Company Inc., an Ashland business, was recognized this month by Oregon OSHA, a state agency that enforces workplace health and safety rules, for its participation in the state's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program. SHARP provides an incentive for Oregon employers to work with their employees to improve workplace health and safety programs. Oregon employers that have been in business for more than one year are eligible to apply to participate in SHARP.

— by Hannah Guzik

If you know of any Ashland businesses that have just opened or closed, contact staff writer Hannah Guzik at 482-3456 ext. 226 or hguzik@dailytidings.com.