Grants Pass dominates Barlow in the first round of the playoffs
Grants Pass dominated Barlow Friday at Mel Ingram Field 77-14 in the first round of the state 6A football playoffs.
25-Year-Old Felon Denied Lower Bail in 1st Degree Assault Case
Thursday Judge Wolke refused to lower the $100,000 bail for Martin Ollila, who is being held in the Josephine County Jail facing charges of 1st degree assault, 1st degree robbery and unlawful use of a weapon.
Thursday Sheriff’s Office incidents
A bank based in Chicago reported to the Sheriff’s Office that a man in Cave Junction calls them 15 to 20 times daily to threaten employees with violence because they allegedly took his money. The Sheriff’s Office is investigating.
Medford Council Awards Quarter Million Dollar Contract for City Parking Lot
Last night the Medford City Council approved a $249,890 contract with Vitus Construction to build a new parking lot at the corner of Oakdale Avenue and 10th street to accommodate city employees
Demolition of Former Kim’s Restaurant Begins Monday
The Coquille Indian Tribe will begin the demolition of the old Kim’s Restaurant on the South Pacific Highway in Medford on Monday. The Tribe is hoping to open a $26 million casino on the site.
Friday’s Controlled Burns
The Oregon Department of Forestry has four controlled burns active in Josephine County Today.
Suspect pleads guilty in Red Rock Lounge murder case
The suspect in the Red Rock Lounge murder case pled guilty Thursday in a closed session in Josephine County Circuit Court.
State Representative Carl Wilson elected as Deputy House Republican Leader
State Representative and local resident Carl Wilson was elected to the position of Deputy House Republican Leader Thursday.
G.P.’s Department of Public Safety Officer to Graduate from Public Safety Academy
Officer Charlie Carnahan, of the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety is a member of the 345th Basic Police Class set to graduate Friday at 11 a.m. at the Oregon Public Safety Academy in Salem.
Wednesday Sheriff’s Office incidents
A burglar alarm was sounded by Colvin Oil at 2502 Foothill Boulevard. Upon inspection, it was determined that the neighbor’s goats had set off the alarm.
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