Medford School Board Hosts Public Meeting on Proposed Budget
The Medford School Board is hosting a public meeting to take community comments on its proposed 2014-15 budget tonight at 7:00 in the District Education Center Board Room at 815 South Oakdale Avenue. Those wishing to speak will be asked to sign in and limit their comments to three minutes.
Rural/Metro Fire Department absorbs Grants Pass Rural Fire Departmentís operations
Rural/Metro Fire Department has absorbed the Grants Pass Rural Fire Department into their operation.
Stringer Gap Road car crash claims driverís life-UPDATED
The driver of a 1993 Jeep Cherokee lost his life Sunday at approximately 2:14 p.m. after he crashed his vehicle on Stringer Gap Road near New Hope Road south of Grants Pass.
Child Seriously Injured in Gold Hill Collision Saturday
At 7:10pm Saturday, the Jackson County Sheriffís Office responded to a two vehicle crash in the 100 block of N. River Road in Gold Hill.
4th Street Between D & E Closed Tuesday thru Thursday
KOGAP Enterprises will be performing concrete and paving work on 4th Street between D and E Streets beginning Tuesday at 6:00am and continuing until Thursday at 6:00pm. 4th Street will remain closed at night to allow for adequate concrete cure time.
Posted on 6/1/14 11:13AM by Tom Ray
Medford Police Respond to Knife Assault Sunday Morning
Shortly after 2:00am Sunday, Medford Police responded to a reported knife assault incident at N. Front and 5th Streets.
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 Street.
First Rescue from Mt. McLoughlin is Medford City Manager
The first rescue from Mt. McLoughlin this year was over Memorial Day weekend when Medford City Manager Eric Swanson lost track of a snow covered trail.
Accused Killerís Request to Represent Herself Denied
Appearing in Jackson County Circuit Court Friday, Susan Monica attempted to fire her attorneys and asked to represent herself.
Injunction Blocking Mt. Ashland Expansion Lifted; No $ to Expand
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has lifted an injunction that blocked the expansion of the Mt. Ashland Ski Area, but the association now does not have the money to expand.
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