Mt. Ashland Finds Support In Early Season Sales
Mt. Ashland ski area officials are happy with the result of early season pass sales which have fallen by only 12 percent after a season where the runs remained closed.
Posted on 5/28/14 10:23AM by Kyle Dunlap
Jacksonville protestor’s free speech claims dismissed
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed protesters' free-speech claims against two Secret Service agents who were guarding President George W. Bush during a 2004 campaign trip to Jacksonville.
Ashland home saved from grassfire due to defensible space
Defensible space around an Ashland home in the 100 block of Pompadour Drive saved the residence from burning at approximately 2:15 p.m. Monday.
Lady Cavers Defeated Gresham in Playoffs
The Lady Cavers opened the first round of the 6A softball playoffs yesterday by defeating Gresham 9 to 1. The Lady Cavers now advance to host their second playoff game against Thurston’s Lady Colts at 4:00 Wednesday afternoon.
Lewis Declared the Winner of the Whitewater Hydroplane Race after a Starting Irregularity.
Jeff Lewis, pilot of boat 007, was declared the winner of the Tom Rice Memorial Hydroplane Race this morning following a video review of the start of the Memorial Day Race.
District 7 Board Okays Summer Meal Program; Free Breakfasts to Continue Next School Year
The District 7 School Board, at its Tuesday meeting, had nothing but praise for its Food Service department after hearing it had met all the requisites for the Healthy Kids Act of 2010 and finding there were enough credits to warrant no price increase for students next year and the free breakfast program will continue.
Three Arrested When Multiple Agencies Raid Three Homes
Tuesday morning at 5:15 the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office assisted by the Medford P.D., the State Police, RADE, and combined SWAT teams served search warrants at homes located in the 900 block of Broad Street, the 900 Block of Royal Court and the 3,000 block of Cheltenham Road, all in Medford. Three people were arrested.
G.P. Councilors look further at utility fee for jail beds
The Grants Pass City Council during their weekly meeting today decided to look further at the possibility of using a utility fee to pay for city rented jail beds.
Jackson County Deputies Arrest Suspect Connected with Several Crimes
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Jonathan Paul McDonald Monday morning after being dispatched to the Brookside Inn on Leigh Way in White City to investigate a suspicious vehicle.
JoCo Commissioners vote on the City of Grants Pass’ UGB proposal
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Weekly Business Session at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday are set to vote on the approval of a resolution that would declare a concurrence with the Grants Pass City Council on the draft proposals and procedures for the Grants Pass Urban Growth Boundary.
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