Gold Hill Wants Public Safety Officer

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Seven years after Gold Hill gave up on trying to run its own Police Department, the City is now reaching out to the Jackson County Sheriff’s office for more help. The City has relied on the Sheriff’s office for routine patrol protection and backup, but now it’s asking for a little … Continue reading »

Business Helps Those Impacted By Weather

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — After freezing pipes shut down the Powderhorn cafe for a few days, owner Tina Gotchall was glad to be back in business Tuesday morning. She said this is the worst storm she can remember in the 27 years of her restaurant. “About, oh, 11 o’clock, we had a full dining room … Continue reading »

First Community Mural Unveiled

TALENT, Ore. — TheĀ  first ever community mural was unveiled Saturday in Talent. About 100 people watched the painting appear across from the Camelot Theatre. Karen Rycheck designed the piece painted by 54 others. “These are artists in their daily lives creating community and painting as we go along and so that’s the idea of … Continue reading »