A look at Grants Pass in the first week of March
In a look at the City of Grants Pass in the first week of March:
Public Safety has continued to utilize officers in the downtown central business district and the Chamber of Commerce told authorities the increased police presence is creating a noticeable difference.
SWAT Team Called In To Subdue Grants Pass Assailant
Grants Pass police responded to a 911 call just before 2 pm yesterday from a young citizen reporting that a strange man had forcibly entered his home, located at 792 NE 11th st, and assaulted his mother.
Posted on 3/8/14 7:07AM by Kyle Dunlap
Southwest Oregon Basins Snow Pack Just 30% of Normal
One pineapple express after another brought warm rain across Oregon in recent weeks, helping boost reservoirs west of the Cascades and snowpacks in the northern mountains.
But federal hydrologist Julie Koeberle (KAY'-bur-lee) says much of Oregon can still expect water shortages this summer, particularly in the south.
Rough & Ready will Re-Open Thanks to $5 Million Funding Package Consisting of Tax Credits & a State Loan
Link and Jennifer Phillipi were joined by Governor John Kitzhaber in White City Friday morning to announce Rough and Ready Lumber will re-open their doors this summer thanks to a $5 million funding package made up of tax credits and a state loan.
Grants Pass Man Jailed for Assault with a Crowbar
Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Jack Porter, 36, of Grants Pass Thursday afternoon for an assault that occurred in the 900 block of Savage Creek Road.
Rough & Ready Lumber opens their doors this summer
Rough & Ready Lumber announced today that they will be opening their doors again this summer and they will be creating 65 plus jobs in the Illinois Valley.
Idaho Fugitives Hospitalized after Medford Shootout with Law Enforcement Officers-UPDATED
A man and woman from Idaho are in the Rogue Regional Medical Center in stable condition following surgery after a shootout with law enforcement personnel Thursday afternoon around three o’clock.
OSP and Sheriff’s Office Thursday incidents
A single-vehicle accident occurred on I-5 southbound at milepost 67. The driver, 68-year-old Ronald David Hall, was traveling too fast according to troopers and his vehicle crashed into a concrete barrier, traveled across both lanes and then collided with the guardrail destroying a portion of it. Hall was cited for speeding.
Medford Approves Moratorium on Pot Dispensaries
Thursday night the Medford City Council gave approval to a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries. The ordinance must have a second reading before it goes into effect.
The ordinance is an attempt to strengthen the city’s legal standing to resist issuing business licenses to dispensaries, now allowed under state law.
JCLI hosts Oregon poet laureate
Josephine Community Libraries, Inc., are hosting Oregon poet laureate Paulann Peterson who is holding a writer’s workshop titled “Trying the Stafford Way” Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Grants Pass Library.
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