Fire danger predicted to remain high in Southern Oregon
The National Interagency Fire Center has released their monthly report which predicts higher than normal fire danger in Southern Oregon throughout the month of September.
Jackson County SAR releases details on multiple rescue attempts over Labor Day Weekend
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue volunteers responded to four incidents over Labor Day Weekend and details on the rescue operations were released late Tuesday.
Happy Camp Fires Grow; Weather Not Helpful
The Happy Camp Complex of fires has grown to 66,335 acres and the National Weather Service issued a fire watch for Tuesday night through Wednesday because of a combination of strong winds and extremely dry conditions. North to northeast winds are expected which will increase fire behavior with long range spotting a possibility.
G.P. Council hears staff’s opinions on the Parking Task Force’s recommendations
The Grants Pass City Council during their Tuesday workshop heard a presentation from Assistant City Manager David Reeves regarding city staff’s opinions about the Parking Task Force’s recommendations.
1-800-FLOWERS.COM Buys Harry & David
1-800-FLOWERS.COM Inc. is buying Harry & David for $142.5 million to help broaden the assortment of foods that its customers can choose as gifts.
Commuter Bus Service between Grants Pass & Medford Now Available
Weekday bus service between downtown Grants Pass and downtown Medford starts today. The Rogue Valley Commuter Line buses will run five times daily, Monday through Friday.
G.P. Council votes on authorizing seismic awards for downtown businesses
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 authorization of several seismic hazard reduction awards for multiple historic downtown buildings.
Knife-wielding robber apprehended by police K9
A knife-wielding robber who threatened to stab a Safeway employee was apprehended by K9 Brock Labor Day afternoon.
Early Pear Harvest Below Normal
Midway through an early harvest, one of the world's largest pear growers says its Rogue Valley crop isn't meeting expectations. Medford-based Naumes Inc. says that the harvest is two weeks ahead of schedule and it looks like the yield will be 15 percent below normal. It says the culprit was a two-day freeze in late March.
McGinnis Wins Season Ending Hydroplane Race
Tyler McGinnis of Gold Beach won the Labor Day Hydroplane Race staged on the Rogue River and wrapped up the season championship in doing so.
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