Wednesday Sheriff’s Office incidents
Cortlandt Matthew Rosaaen was arrested in the 4400 block of Fish Hatchery Road on charges of second-degree assault and second-degree criminal mischief for an incident that occurred earlier in the evening at the Buckboard Grill.
McAllister Sentenced to 14 Months for DUII
Judge Lindi Baker, Thursday morning, sentenced James Dixon McAllister, 53, to 14 months in the Department of Corrections for driving under the influence of intoxicants. His driver’s license has been revoked for life and he has been ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $839 to Maria Medina, and $6,639 to Allstate Insurance.
Old Blue Mountain Fire 75 Percent Contained
Excellent progress on mopping up the Old Blue Mountain Fire has brought the containment level up to 75 percent Thursday morning. The evacuation alert for Humbug Creek Rd was removed yesterday at 6:00 p.m., and the roadblock on the right fork of Foots Creek Rd was taken down at 8:00 a.m. today.
Bloodmobile in Grants Pass Today Noon to Five
The Red Cross summer blood drive returns to Grants Pass today with the Bloodmobile located at the Newman United Methodist Church from noon to 5 p.m. today.
IVFD celebrates 60 years with an open house
The Illinois Valley Fire Department is celebrating 60 years of service with an open house on Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Station 1 in Cave Junction at 681 Caves Highway.
Evacuation alerts lifted for Humbug Creek Road
Evacuation alerts have been lifted for Humbug Creek Road near the Old Blue Mountain Fire eight miles south of Rogue River.
City Council Affirms UAPB’s Denial of Challis Heights Planned Unit Development
It was standing room only when the Grants Pass City Council convened a public hearing of an appeal of the Urban Area Planning Commission’s denial of the Challis Heights Planned Unit Development Wednesday night in Council Chambers.
County Fair Draws 78,000
Josephine County Fairgrounds Manager Mary Groves says attendance at the 100th Anniversary Fair was 78,000. According to Groves the livestock auction buyers spent a record $312,000.
Commissioners issue two proclamations declaring Community Action Month and formally supporting RVFSN
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Wednesday Business Session issued two proclamations, one proclaiming August 2014 as Community Action Month and the other for support of the Rogue Valley Food System Network.
Mop-Up Hits High Gear on Old Blue Mountain Fire
Thousands of gallons of helicopter-borne water was poured on the Old Blue Mountain Fire Tuesday, significantly knocking out numerous hot spots within the 99-acre blaze that broke out late Monday during a thunderstorm. Early this morning, Incident Commander Steve Wetmore reported “Old Blue is one hundred percent lined and one hundred percent plumbed,” meaning the fire line was completed overnight and a system of fire hoses now encircles the burned area.
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