Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Fire Update
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest only detected one start from Friday's thunderstorm activity across the region, and it was contained at less than one tenth of an acre. Lightning strikes from Fridayís storm were primarily concentrated on the Siskiyou Mountains and High Cascades Ranger Districts. Reconnaissance flights and fire lookouts will continue to search for sleeper fires throughout the weekend.
Recall for Gold Hill City Council goes Forward
Citizens calling for the recall of 66 percent of the Gold Hill City Council for voting to allow medical marijuana dispensaries submitted more than the required number of signatures to call for a special election in August.
Water Service Installation to Close N.E. ďDĒ Monday
Grants Pass construction crews will be installing a new water service Monday morning at 1901 northeast ďDĒ Street. The work will occur between northeast Terry Lane and northeast Foothill Boulevard
Community Forum on Police Services Monday Night
An open community forum on City Police Services will be held Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 101 Northwest A Street.
Plea Deal Gets Medford Man 75 Months in Prison
John Troy Lopes, 51, was sentenced Friday to 75 months in prison for a guilty plea to a second degree manslaughter charge in the beating death of Charles Ward Puzak, 61, last September.
City of Grants Pass Weekly Recap
Grants Pass City Police made 64 different arrests while issuing 67 citations this past week. The Nuisance Intervention Team working on Tuesday made 11 contacts and issued 7 warnings and cited two individuals.
Man & Juvenile Female Found in Former Kimís Restaurant
Medford Police found two people inside the former Kimís Restaurant when they responded to the report of a break in at the 2321 South Pacific Highway location. Arrested and charged with criminal trespass while in possession of a firearm and 2nd degree burglary was 23-year-old Brian Matthew Kunkle of Medford. A 17-year-old female found inside was detained and then released.
Ashland Couple Buys Spiritual Retreat Property
The couple who restored the Ashland Springs Hotel has bought a quirky house and retreat on a hill above the city for 15 percent of the original $10 million asking price
Non-Injury Commercial Truck Crash Closes On Northbound Lane at MP 108
Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation into Friday morning's non-injury commercial truck crash that partially blocked the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 at Myrtle Creek. Driver fatigue is being investigated as a contributing factor
Two Suspects Arrested after Standoff at Kimís Restaurant
Two men have been arrested after they crashed their vehicle into Kimís Restaurant in Medford about 4 a.m. Friday morning. Police were familiar of the owner of the vehicle and knew he had previously been armed.
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