Judge gives 80-month prison sentence to man who attacked his wife
Judge Pat Wolke today sentenced a man who assaulted and shot at his wife to 80 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections.
New Hilton Hotel Slated for Medford this Fall
Construction could begin this fall on a four story, 120-room Hilton Garden Inn Hotel in south Medford
G.P. Police Search for Missing Man
The Grants Pass City Police are looking for 66-year-old Bruce Lemmerman. Mr. Lemmerman walked away from a vehicle this morning near Abby’s on Beacon Drive. He is from White City and may not be familiar with the area.
Medford’s Hawthorne Park May Get a Makeover
Medford’s Hawthorne Park, known most recently as a magnet for vagrants, may get a makeover if the Medford Urban Renewal Agency authorizes the $1.65 million project.
Authorities lock down Central Point daycare after receiving threats
Central Point Police locked down Noah’s Ark Early Learning Center at 305 Oak St. Wednesday just after noon after authorities received reports of a man who threatened the children.
No Fireworks Allowed in County Parks
Josephine County issued a press release Wednesday afternoon stating that fireworks are prohibited in all Josephine County Parks due to the extreme fire danger.
Council Funds Jail Beds, Suspends SDC’s Temporarily & Adopts 2014-15 Budget.
The Grants Pass City Council last night passed an ordinance adding a chapter to the Municipal Code establishing a jail services utility fee, then a resolution establishing the level of those fees and authorized the City Manager to negotiate a contract with the county for those jail beds.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office to Host NRA Competition
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a National Rifle Association Tactical Police Competition this Friday and Saturday. The event begins at 8:00 a.m. at the Jackson County Sports Park at 6900 Kershaw Road, Central Point.
Proposed county budget would provide for eight new Sheriff’s Office deputies
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Weekly Business Session today discussed the proposed 2014-15 fiscal year budget that would provide for an additional eight Sheriff’s Office deputies if everything goes as planned.
New Partnership Allows RCC Grads to Transfer to U of Phoenix
A new partnership between Rogue Community College and the University of Phoenix now gives RCC students graduating with an associate’s degree the ability to transfer to the online based University to get a bachelor’s degree without losing any credits or moving out of the Rogue Valley
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