790 Fire Shows Slow Growth; Happy Camp Complex Increased Over 2,000 Acres Tuesday
The 790 fire burning in the Sky Lakes Wilderness about 30 miles northeast of Medford showed little growth yesterday and is still being reported at 1,940 acres in steep rugged terrain.
Bloodmobile in C.J. Thursday; in Grants Pass Friday
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Cave Junction Thursday at the Illinois Valley Senior Center from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday the Bloodmobile will be back in Grants Pass from 11:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at the Calvary Lutheran Church at 909 Northeast A Street.
BearFest bears prepare for hibernation in the Bear Hotel
Over 80 BearFest bears around Grants Pass are preparing to hibernate as the summer season draws to a close.
Operation Rap It Up suspect sentenced to three years prison
A Medford man who was arrested during the multi-county Operation Rap It Up sting was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison.
Race for City Council Seats Established: Riker Unopposed; Goodwin Files for Re-Election
The deadline to file to run for the Grants Pass City Council was 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and some late filings just before five have filled out most of the races
Fire 790 Shows Moderate Growth; Pacific Coast Trail Still Closed
Fire 790 in the Sky Lakes Wilderness is currently mapped at 1,940 acres. Crews have been successful in holding the eastern flanks of the fire near Martin and Snow Lakes bowl, crews will continue to defend the eastern spread of the fire.
No Sign of Missing Ashland Woman
The Ashland Police Department has issued a second release on a woman first report missing on August 20th. Cassandra Maureen Barondeau has not been in contact for the last 10 days.
District Seven Board I.D.ís Need for More Kindergarten Classrooms
The District Seven School Board, during their regular meeting in the district office today, received positive progress reports concerning their Kinder Plus program that targets at risk kindergarten students with special attention.
Central Point Man Jailed after Shots were Fired in Road Rage Incident
William Ashby, 56, of Central Point is in the Jackson County Jail on charges of menacing, assault three, and 2nd degree disorderly conduct following a road rage incident Monday evening on Truax Road.
Commissioners to Approve Title III Projects in Business Session
Approval of title III projects pursuant to the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act is on the County Commissionerís agenda for the Weekly Business Session Wednesday morning at 9:00 in the Anne Basker Auditorium.
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