Chinese Restriction on Recycled Plastic Does Not Cancel Plastic Roundup
The annual plastic roundup in Jackson County scheduled for October will move forward in spite of Chinese restrictions on the importing of recycled material.
The Chinese began stronger enforcement of its restrictions on imports of dirty and contaminated recyclables
Ashland City Council reviews vacation home rentals
The Ashland City Council during their meeting at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday in the Ashland Civic Center Council Chambers are set to discuss whether or not it should be illegal for city homeowners to rent their homes as vacation rentals.
Grants Pass City Council Monday Workshop
The Grants Pass City Council will meet for their Monday workshop from 11:45am to 1:00pm in Council Chambers at 101 NW A St.
Posted on 9/15/13 11:01AM by Tom Ray
Monday Road Closure on Terrace Drive
Terrace Drive will be closed between Beverly Drive and Roseanna Drive, Monday from 9:00am until 5:00pm
Posted on 9/15/13 10:03AM by Tom Ray
Health Advisory Issued for Lost Creek Lake, Again
State health officials have issued a health advisory for Lost Creek Lake after finding high levels of blue-green algae in the lake.
Yreka Gold Theft Earns 5 Years Hard Time
Scott Wayne Bailey, 51, of San Pablo, California was found guilty of stealing $1.26 million worth of historic gold nuggets, jewelry and other artifacts in 2012 and was sentenced to five years in prison
Suspect Sought in Cave Junction Bank Robbery
Oregon State Police (OSP) is asking for the public's help to find the suspect who
robbed a Cave Junction Sterling Bank branch in Josephine County Friday afternoon and
left the bank on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.
Posted on 9/13/13 9:01PM by Joe Torsitano
Committee forms to fight homelessness and vagrancy issues
Community leaders including members of the Grants Pass City Council, United Community Action Network, The Gospel Rescue Mission and Public Safety, to name just a few organizations, have decided to form a committee during an open forum today to combat problem homeless and vagrants in Grants Pass.
Flare-Ups, Road Closures Continue on Douglas Complex
The warm, windy conditions this week haven't stopped firefighters from making good progress on the Douglas Complex.
One hundred and fifty fire personnel remain assigned to the incident, continuing suppression activities. The main objectives continue to be mopping up hot spots, working on rehab projects, and patrolling the fire lines.
Weather Change May Help Big Windy Complex Crews
Smoke will continue to drift from the Big Windy Fire Complex as an area along the north/northeast flank that flared up Wednesday continues to burn. Helicopters hauled buckets of water into the Howard Creek drainage to cool down hotspots. Further helicopter activity in the same area is expected to take place through Saturday.
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