No New Collar for OR-7, Yet
Oregon's wandering wolf, OR-7, has so far eluded attempts to put a new GPS tracking collar on him.
Witness states victim admitted to attacking Fehlhaber prior to shooting
The trial of Ronald Dale Felhaber continued in Josephine County Circuit Court today and a witness testified the victim, Immanuel Day, admitted to attacking Fehlhaber months after the initial attack.
Thursday’s Controlled Burns
Four controlled burns are scheduled in Josephine County today and one in Jackson County. 50 acres are being burned eleven miles northeast of Butte Falls off the “A” Road in Jackson County
One Arrested for Robbery after Pot Sale Goes Bad
The Medford Police arrested and jailed Robert Lee Custer, 23, of Oakland, California after he allegedly stole ten pounds of marijuana at gun point during an illegal drug deal.
Grants Pass Police Officers Justified in Blossom Drive Shooting Death
The Josephine County District Attorney, Stephen Campbell, has concluded his review of the officer-involved shooting which occurred September 21st at 144 Northwest Blossom Drive and concluded all three officers were justified in the use of deadly force.
Commons stabbing suspect sent to state mental hospital
The suspect in a stabbing case that occurred in the Commons in downtown Medford has been ordered unfit for trial and sent to the Oregon State Mental Hospital.
Voter Turn Out Climbs to 31%
Josephine County Clerk Art Harvey says that at the end of the business day Wednesday afternoon voter turnout was 31 percent.
Substance Abuse Expert to Present Free Local Discussion
One of the world’s foremost experts in substance abuse will be in Grants Pass Thursday to offer two presentations on America’s Worst Drug Epidemic.
Rogue River Man Arrested for Burglary
Jarrod Garwood, 32, of Rogue River was arrested Tuesday after a search warrant was served at his residence in the 5,000 block of East Evans Creek Road.
Sheriff says Murphy’s Law delayed county patrols
Josephine County Sheriff Gil Gilbertson during the Josephine County Commissioner’s Weekly Business Session today stated that Murphy’s Law caused a delay in extra sheriff’s patrols being added to the county.
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