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Last Update Thursday, September 21st, 2017

JEROME PRAIRIE — A massive excavator scooped earth and dumped load after load into a 30-yard dump truck at the bottom of a significant canyon.

That's the quarter-mile section of Sand Creek and the Highline Canal of the Grants Pass Irrigation District, which was massively eroded over the winter west of Grants Pass. Read More »

Volunteers sought to help clean up cemetery
GOLD HILL — Volunteers are still being sought to help clean up Rock Point Cemetery this Saturday. Read More »

Rain dampens flames, brightens spirits for firefighters
A couple inches of rain over the last several days have helped firefighters nearly contain the largest-in-the-nation Chetco Bar Fire. Read More »

4-H collecting donations for Stockings for Soldiers
For the eighth year, Josephine County 4-H is collecting donations for its Stockings for Soldiers project. Read More »

Literacy Council to have book sale Saturday
The Literacy Council for Josephine County is having a book sale on Saturday. Read More »

Oregon Caves National Monument to have free tours to celebrate Community Day
The Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve will be holding free tours as part of its Community Day on Sept. 30. Read More »

Woman dies in motorcycle crash
MERLIN — A passenger on a motorcycle was killed in a collision with a pickup truck Wednesday on Hog Creek Road near Galice Road. Read More »

Picking pumpkins
Araceli Mora, 9, got an early jump on the Halloween season with this white pumpkin she picked at Fort Vannoy Farms.  Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue  Read More »

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