G.P. Council set to sign contract with Media Makers for downtown travel, tourism and marketing services
The Grants Pass City Council during their Wednesday meeting at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at 101 N.W. A St. are set to vote on the approval of a contract with Media Makers for travel, tourism and downtown marketing and public relations services.
Today is Election Day!
Today is Election Day and the last opportunity to turn in ballots is at 8:00 p.m.
Safety Belt Campaign Successful
Monday the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety Traffic Team conducted a traffic safety operation in the downtown area of Grants Pass. This operation focused on enforcement in the areas of the proper use of seat belts/safety restraints, and cell phone use while driving.
Learn to Burn Training Exercise Effective Practice for Firefighters
On Saturday Rural/Metro Firefighters were on scene at 809 Coutant Lane in Southwest Grants Pass for a house fire that was intentionally set by the firefighters so they could train on how to extinguish them better and more efficiently.
Stolen Pickup Recovered; Medford P.D. Searches for Identified Suspect
Medford Police are looking for Jonathan Paul McDonald, 25, who is the primary suspect in several crimes including burglary, possession of a stolen vehicle, theft and drug possession charges.
G.P. Council argues over changes to development code
The Grants Pass City Council during their Monday workshop focused on an item that wasn’t on the agenda and several councilors were split on how to progress with changes to the development code.
Employment on the Rise in Josephine County
Josephine County total payroll employment rose by 210 jobs in April. Leisure and hospitality accounted for the largest share of the month’s gain, up by 90 jobs. Manufacturing continues to be an area of recent job growth, adding another 40 jobs over the month, 10 of those in wood products. Construction added 20 jobs in April, but continues to show essentially flat employment change over the year.
DUII Driver in Fatal Crash Sentenced to 5 Years’ Probation
Judge Pat Wolke sentenced Austin Charles Lawrence to 5 years supervised probation on charges stemming from a fatal car crash on October 22nd of 2012.
Ashland Council considers removal of plaza community board
The Ashland City Council is considering the removal of the community board and kiosk in the Downtown Plaza.
OSP Investigating Body Found Saturday in Wolf Creek Area
Oregon State Police Southern Command Center dispatch received a call Saturday afternoon from a couple who found a body while walking along Lower Grave Creek. An OSP trooper responded to the 8100 block of Lower Grave Creek Road and confirmed the report.
Posted on 5/18/14 1:38PM by Tom Ray
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