Oregon Trails: Flood of ’64

GOLD HILL, Ore. — The dry weather facing Southern Oregon and Northern California all year is in stark contrast to a half century ago when our region was suffering some of the worst floods in history. It’s the flooding that set new standards for land use planning in Jackson and Josephine Counties, and the construction … Continue reading »

Officials Waiting For The Next Storm

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Rivers and streams around the area are going back down following the weekend soaking we received across the region. At Grants Pass, the Rogue River reached nearly 42,000 cubic feet per second by Sunday afternoon. As of Monday, it’s way down, and logs and other debris are high up on the … Continue reading »