Retraining and jobless services are being readied after one of the largest employers in Grants Pass notified the city it is planning to lay off up to 60 workers starting next month.
Performant Recovery also said that 31 employees who were previously furloughed will not be coming back either, marking a significant reduction in the company's workforce that was listed at 400 as recently as seven years ago. Read More »
Grants Pass artist Judy Crum hangs a painting on a kiosk at Gallery One Monday in preparation for an exhibition of her work titled "Once Upon an Artistic Journey." The exhibit, which opened today and continues through March, features colorful, detailed watercolors, greeting cards made from Crum's paintings and homemade fabric face masks.
By Kathleen Alaks of the Daily Courier
Having her paintings featured at a downtown Grants Pass art gallery is an exciting new chapter of Judy Crum's artistic journey.
"It was so exciting to be asked, and a little scary, too," Crum said. "This is a new experience for me."
Crum's watercolor paintings, are on display this month at Gallery One on G Street.
"I love color. Color is a big part of my paintings. I find it really draws the viewer in and engages their imagination," Crum said. Read More »
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The mountains circling Grants Pass can feel like old friends that we see every day. But how much do you know about them? Ever wonder what those mountains are called, and why? The Daily Courier has compiled names and their origins, along with other information, for most of them within sight in an interactive project.
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