Oregon Caves Bill Passes Senate
Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley announced the passage of the Oregon Caves Revitalization Act late Wednesday night.
Wednesday OSP incidents
Two motorcycles crashed at the intersection of Riverbanks Road and Douglas Drive. Both motorcycle riders, 59-year-old Anthony Earl Bucan and 59-year-old Terry Lee Reed were transported to Three Rivers Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
Wednesday Sheriff’s Office incidents
Michael Bo Williams was arrested on two warrants and a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after he was allegedly caught by authorities driving a stolen motorcycle in the 1900 block of Southgate Way.
Judge drops majority of charges against a medical marijuana dispensary operating couple
49 charges against a couple who operated a medical marijuana dispensary were dropped Wednesday by Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Lorenzo Mejia due to a plea deal.
Commissioners Okay Vote On Library Service District & Approved Animal Response Plan
The voters will get an opportunity to vote on the formation of a Josephine Community Library taxing district after a unanimous vote by the county commissioners supporting an order referring the matter to the November 4th general election at the end of a public hearing in the Anne Basker Auditorium Wednesday night.
Tree removal causes temporary power outage in Rogue River Thursday morning
Pacific Power crews Thursday morning will be removing a tree that is posing a hazard to an overheard electrical line in Rogue River and power will be temporarily down for 1,100 customers.
Tuesday Public Safety incidents
Extra patrols were requested for the 500 block of Union Avenue because transients are camping in the area.
Tuesday Sheriff’s Office incidents
Plates were stolen off of a vehicle in the 1000 block of Laurel Road.
Dozens Arrested in “Operation Rap It Up”
A multi-agency investigation dubbed “Operation Rap It Up” that uncovered drug trafficking, prostitution, organized purchasing of firearms and violent gang activity in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath Counties is wrapping up.
Public Forum on the Demolition of Dimmick Tower Tomorrow Night
An open house to discuss the demolition of Dimmick Tower, formerly Josephine Memorial Hospital, is being hosted by the County Commissioners Thursday night in the Anne Basker Auditorium beginning at 6:00.
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