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Last Update Sunday, December 15th, 2019

Josephine County Sheriff Dave Daniel said he expects to have deputies on the road 20 hours every day come Jan. 1, up from 12 hours daily now.

Not since 2012, when federal funding cuts led to massive layoffs in the department, has the sheriff's office been able to have that much coverage. Even so, Daniel said things are better, but not good enough. Read More »

New playfields at fairgrounds will use crumb rubber as infill, Boersma says
Dutch Bros Coffee CEO Travis Boersma hasn't changed his mind about using synthetic turf with crumb rubber infill as the playing surface for new athletic fields at the Josephine County Fairgrounds. Read More »

Grants Pass tops list of region's most rent-burdened communities
Grants Pass is the most rent-burdened community in the Pacific Northwest and among the worst in the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's newly released American Community Survey. Read More »

Local builders say higher fees will only exacerbate housing crisis
The Grants Pass City Council may likely move ahead Wednesday with a nearly $2,000 increase in upfront development fees, though homebuilders warn it could ratchet up housing costs in a community that is already financially overburdened. Read More »

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