G.P. Alum Drury Elevated to Double A Diamondback Club
Brandon Dury, a 2010 Grants Pass High Graduate and American Legion baseball player this past weekend was promoted from the Arizona Diamondbacks single A club in Visalia, California to the Mobile, Alabama Bay Bears at the double A level.
Crews continue to fight fires in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
Fire crews are getting many of the fires in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest under control.
Police drop charges against alleged Medford arsonist
Medford Police detectives contacted the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office Monday and had charges dropped against one of the two alleged Medford arsonists in custody.
Evacuation orders downgraded in areas affected by the Oregon Gulch Fire
Most of the evacuation orders for the Oregon Gulch Fire have been downgraded.
D.H.S. Hosts Town Hall Meeting in Medford Tuesday
The Oregon Department of Human Services is hosting a Town Hall meeting tomorrow in Medford at the Rogue Community College Higher Education Center from 10 a.m. until noon.
G.P. Council considers better park signage to prevent drowning
The Grants Pass City Council during their Monday workshop discussed the possibility of creating better and more visible signage for city parks in order to curb future drowning in the Rogue River.
Suspects rob man of his coin collection and ammunition at his residence
The Oregon State Police report a man was robbed at approximately 1:45 a.m. Sunday at his residence in the 100 block of Meadow Lane in Colonial Valley and the suspects stole the victim’s coin collection and his ammunition.
Gold Hill Council to Consider Downtown Nuisance and Blight
Gold Hill City officials will look to fire inspectors and legal counsel today for aid in determining the legality of inspecting what they say are unapproved and possibly unsafe downtown dwellings.
Talent Asphalt Plant Hearing Scheduled for Tomorrow
A county hearings officer will consider a citation Tuesday that alleges a Talent asphalt plant is operating without land-use approval.
Neighborhood Outside Jacksonville Adds Firewise Program
The Westmont neighborhood outside of Jacksonville is better prepared for a wildfire after a Firewise effort to educate homeowners and make the area more fire-resistant. City officials hope to expand Firewise to other neighborhoods as well as maintain Westmont's designation with a new $10,000 federal grant through the Oregon Department of Forestry.
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