20 fires reported so far from Tuesday lightning storm
The Oregon Department of Forestry reports that over 20 fires have been spotted so far from Tuesday’s lightning storm.
Troopers chase and apprehend a Cave Junction man riding an ATV
The Oregon State Police apprehended a 23-year-old Cave Junction man at approximately 6:00 p.m. Monday after he led them on a chase while he was riding on an all-terrain vehicle.
Monday Sheriff’s Office incidents
A complainant reported that a vacant home was burglarized in the 4500 block of Coyote Creek Road.
Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested in Ashland
Francisco Javier Mercado-Chavez, 41, was arrested by the Ashland Police Department yesterday for an armed robbery at the Astro Gas Station last February.
Medford Arsonist Strikes at Mid-day
A suspicious fire Monday afternoon at the side of a West Medford apartment could mean that city’s serial arsonist is getting bolder, running the string of fires to 18 in less than a month. The fire was touched off at 1 p.m. near a usually busy alley behind the 200 block of North Ivy Street.
Marijuana Tax Considered by Central Point Council
The Central Point City Council is considering implementing a tax on marijuana sales similar to taxes installed by Gold Hill and Ashland. The move is designed to preempt looming state restrictions that could block cities from collecting taxes on marijuana sales in the future.
A Red Flag lightning warning has been issued for Southern Oregon
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag lightning warning for Southern Oregon that is in effect from 11:00 a.m. till 11:00 p.m. today.
The Josephine County Commissioners vote on an appointment to the Rural Planning Commission
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Weekly Business Session at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday in the Anne Basker Auditorium will vote on an appointment to the Rural Planning Commission.
The ODF is tracking lightning strikes from Monday afternoon’s storm
The Oregon Department of Forestry is monitoring the wilderness between Soda Mountain and I-5 just north of the California border for smoke after the area was hit by five to 10 lightning strikes Monday afternoon.
Local Employment Up by 106 Jobs May to June
Josephine County total payroll employment rose by 270 jobs in June. Most of the increase was due to seasonal hiring in leisure and hospitality, which gained 160 jobs over the month.
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