Natural Resources Committee holds hearing to discuss O & C solution
The House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing Thursday to discuss legislation proposed by Representatives Greg Walden, Peter DeFazio and Kurt Schrader that would possibly provide a solution to the insolvency of O & C Counties.
Anonymous tip leads deputies to marijuana-growing sex offender
An anonymous tip led Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies Thursday to a suspect they say is a marijuana-growing sex offender.
Commissioners Wary of HB 3453
The County Commissioners appear to be wary of HB 3453 according to Commission Chair Simon Hare following an open discussion with Commissioner Cherryl Walker.
Utility trailer stolen from temporary asphalt batch plant
The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office reports that an 18-foot-long utility trailer was stolen from Knife River’s temporary asphalt batch plant located at 2280 Spalding Avenue.
BLM Cites Budget Uncertainties in Delaying the Opening of the Hyatt Lake Facilities
The Medford District of BLM is delaying the opening of the Hyatt Lake campground and boat docks until at least May 15th due to budget uncertainties. BLM contends they cannot hire the necessary seasonal employees need to prepare the campground, plow the roads, and assemble the floating boat dock. The facility traditionally opens in mid-April at the start of fishing season.
Pear Blossom Festival Begins Friday
The 60th annual Pear Blossom Festival begins Friday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. with the opening of the street fair. To facilitate the five o’clock opening the Medford Police department has released the schedule of street closures.
House Bill Authorizing State to Levy Taxes for Insolvent Counties Languishing in Rules Committee.
Legislation allowing the governor, in conjunction with the president and minority leaders of both the Oregon House and Senate to declare an emergency for insolvent counties and levy new taxes was referred to the rules committee after a March 14th hearing.
Students will have an opportunity to join SOU Honors College next fall
Students at Southern Oregon University will have an opportunity to join the school’s first class of Honors College this coming fall.
The community is invited to an open meeting about the reconstruction of the Rogue River Valley Grange
Members of the Rogue River Valley Grange are inviting anyone interested in fundraising, building or donating materials to rebuild the grange to an open meeting at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the Redwood Grange Hall located at 1830 Redwood Avenue.
Additional sex crime charges levied against former gymnastics coach
30 additional sex crime charges have been levied against a former sports photographer and coach at Ultimate Sports Gymnastics in Grants Pass.
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