Central Point Fish & Wildlife Trooper Named Division’s Trooper of the Year
State Police Senior Trooper Jim Collom, of the Central Point Area Command office, was recognized Wednesday when he received the Fish & Wildlife Division's 2013 "Trooper of the Year" award. The award presentation was made by Captain Jeff Samuels, director of the Fish & Wildlife Division, at the Cole Rivers Hatchery on the Rogue River in front of his supervisors, peers, and staff that he works with.
Voting Continues on High End of Normal Turnout
Ballots continue to be turned in at the high end of a normal turnout for a primary election, with 28.5 percent of registered voters getting their ballots to the County Clerk by the close of business Thursday.
Two sent to prison by Judge Wolke
Two individuals were sent to prison by Judge Pat Wolke Thursday in Josephine County Circuit Court.
Downward Departure from Measure 11 Crimes Frees Selma Man with Time Served
Tommy Edward Dodson, 66, of Grants Pass was sentenced to time served, 135 days, 5 years of probation supervision and forbidden to go anywhere near his victims or their property in the Forest Creek Road area.
Judge Wolke helps ensure serial bank robber never leaves prison
Judge Pat Wolke today sentenced a serial bank robber to seven and a half years in prison that will run consecutively to a 70 years to life sentence already being served in California.
Hidden Valley High School Lock-Down Lifted
Hidden Valley High School and Woodland Charter school were both put in a lock-in mode this morning that was lifted at about 11:00 a.m.
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.
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