Commissioners approve first reading of ordinance that would approve a marijuana tax
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Wednesday business session approved the first reading of an ordinance that would tax both medicinal and recreational marijuana use in the county.
Venison from Infected Black-Tailed Deer Okay for Consumption
Deer season opens Saturday and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it's OK for hunters to eat meat from black-tailed deer infected in a disease outbreak in the southwest corner of the state.
Jackson County Sheriff Issues Warning of Unauthorized Fairgrounds Event
The Jackson County Sheriff’s office has issued a press release stating their office and the Jackson County Fairgrounds are not participating in an event being promoted as taking place this Saturday at the Jackson County Expo ponds
Rogue River Council Considers Pot Tax
The city of Rogue River may impose a 5 to 10 percent tax on sales of marijuana, if a dispensary ever opens there. The city has two clinics, the Herbal Resources Center and Herbal Pain Management Resource, that help people apply for medical marijuana cards from the state, but they're not permitted to sell cannabis.
Community Education Forum held on the Impact of Marijuana on our Youth
A Community Education Forum on the Impact of Marijuana on our Youth is being held Thursday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Parkway Christian Center at 229 N.E. Beacon Drive in Grants Pass.
Suspect pleads guilty to murder and robbery of Ashland man
The suspect in an Ashland murder and robbery last year pleaded guilty Tuesday to the charges in Jackson County Circuit Court.
Transfer of Onion Mountain Fire Command Slated for Tomorrow
A transfer of command and control of the firefighting effort on the Onion Mountain Fire from the Type 3 Team back to the local unit, Wild Rivers Ranger District, will occur Wednesday morning.
City Council Faces Light Agenda
The Grants Pass City Council faces a light agenda when they convene Wednesday evening at 6:00 in Council Chambers at 101 Northwest “A” Street.
Marijuana Regulating Ordinance to Be Heard at Commissioner’s Meeting
The first reading of a proposed ordinance regulating marijuana and marijuana products is on the agenda for the Weekly Business Session Wednesday morning at 9:00 in the Anne Basker Auditorium.
The City of Cave Junction argues the State of Oregon for the right to ban medical marijuana dispensaries
The City of Cave Junction argued the State of Oregon today in Josephine County Circuit Court for the right to ban medical marijuana dispensaries within the city limits.
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