City Council decides to look further into adult business nuisance regulation
The Grants Pass City Council during their Monday workshop decided to look further into nuisance regulations for adult businesses.
Josephine County Employment Increasing
Josephine County total payroll employment rose by 500 in May. The goods-producing industries of construction and manufacturing added 60 and 70 jobs, respectively. Retail trade gained 50 jobs over the month, 40 of those in food and beverage stores. Health care and social assistance, as well as other services gained 20 jobs in May.
Sunday Public Safety incidents
A 15-year-old female skateboarder hit her head when she fell crossing Caveman Bridge and she was transported by ambulance to Three Rivers Medical Center for treatment.
Ashland Council Begins Outline of Pot Dispensary Rules
The Ashland City Council is laying out preliminary rules for medical marijuana dispensaries while a temporary moratorium is in place
R.C. Helicopter to give Firefighters Better Vision
The Oregon Department of Forestry is putting together a radio-controlled helicopter to give firefighters a better look at what wildfires are up to in tight smoky places a conventional scout plane cannot go.
School District No. 7 Board set to approve 2014-15 fiscal year budget
The Grants Pass School District No. 7 Board during their Tuesday meeting at noon in the district’s administration building at 725 N.E. Dean Drive are set to vote on the approval of the 2014-15 fiscal year budget.
East Park Street Slated for Speed-hump Installation Tuesday
Moser Paving Inc. will be installing asphalt speed-humps on East Park Street Tuesday from 7:00am to 5:00pm. The work zone is located between the 1100 and 1300 block near Clara Avenue.
Posted on 6/22/14 11:22AM by Tom Ray
Grants Pass City Council Monday Workshop
The Grants Pass City Council will meet for their Monday workshop from 11:45am to 1:00pm in Council Chambers at 101 NW A Street.
Posted on 6/22/14 10:26AM by Tom Ray
Names Released in Fatal Pedestrian-Involved Crash near Kerby
Oregon State Police, along with the Josephine County District Attorney’s Office, is continuing the investigation into Friday afternoon’s fatal pedestrian-involved collision near Kerby.
Posted on 6/22/14 9:32AM by Tom Ray
Friday Sheriff’s Office incidents
A 2002 Subaru Outback was stolen from the 100 block of Deer Creek Road.
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