Sheriff takes polygraph test to prove Sheriff’s Office funds were reallocated
Josephine County Sheriff Gil Gilbertson has publicly announced he stands by his testimony that County Commissioner Simon Hare moved money from the Sheriff’s Office budget in 2012 to make an appeal to voters to vote yes on a proposed public safety levy that was eventually defeated but Hare calls the accusation misled and impossible.
Bail reduced for mom accused of having unnecessary surgeries performed on her children
A Grants Pass woman accused of fooling doctors into performing unnecessary surgeries on her children has had her bail cut by nearly 70 percent.
Grants Pass smashes long-held temperature record
Grants Pass smashed a long-held temperature record Wednesday when the city hit triple digits for the first time this year.
Commissioner’s Business Session Cut Short After Oath-Keeper Demonstration
The Josephine County Board of Commissioners Weekly business session was convened at 5:30 and adjourned at 5:48 p.m. Wednesday night by Board Chair Cherryl Walker after a group of men and women, most wearing Oath-Keeper T-shirts refused to take their seats.
More Construction Upsets Daily Commutes
The engineering division of the City of Grants Pass has announced the closure of the intersection of Savage Street and Lawnridge Avenue Thursday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Congressman Walden in So. Oregon Thursday
U.S. Congressman Greg Walden will be Jackson County Thursday to highlight major education reform legislation passed by the House of Representatives that would strengthen charter school programs.
23 percent of registered voters have cast their ballot in the primary
Josephine County Clerk Art Harvey says that at the end of the business day on Tuesday 23 percent of registered voters have cast their ballots in the May Primary Election.
Large area affected by power outage
1,985 Pacific Power customers lost their service today at 7:15 a.m. in the areas of Azalea, Glendale, Sunny Valley and Wolf Creek.
Revocation of MaryJane’s Attic’s Business License Upheld in Court
Jackson County Circuit Judge Timothy Gerking Tuesday upheld the city of Medford’s right to revoke the business license of MaryJane’s Attic and Basement for unlawfully selling marijuana.
Tuesday Sheriff’s Office incidents
Two subjects were held at gunpoint by a complainant in the 100 block of Pinewood Way because they were taking down a property’s fence illegally. The suspects fled the scene in a Ford pickup pulling a utility trailer.
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