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|Monday, July 12, 2010|
Douglas Terrill and his family have 20 years in the coffee shop business, but for the first time have added hookah tobacco to their menu.
The small Ashland shop features imported cigarettes and premium cigars alongside sandwiches made with local ingredients and freshly roasted coffee.
Read more at the Ashland Daily Tidings.
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