The former Wolf Creek Grill & Deli, pictured Thursday in Wolf Creek, burned completely to the ground in a fire Wednesday.
By Jeff Duewel of the Daily Courier
WOLF CREEK — At 3:15 a.m. Wednesday, flames billowed out of a vacant building that had housed a string of restaurants over the years. Within an hour it was a pile of rubble.
The Wolf Creek Fire District would have needed help on that fire, but just how much is conjecture because a week earlier the chief and all the volunteers in the district resigned over differences with the board. Read More »
Hidden Valley's Daniel Iwamizu runs for an 11-yard touchdown on the Mustangs' first drive of the second half against North Valley on Friday night, one of the junior's three TDs on the night. Iwamizu carried the ball 20 times, rushing for 177 yards.
By Ben Maki for the Daily Courier
MERLIN — A week after having a running clock instituted against it, the Hidden Valley football team turned around this week and put one on cross-valley rival North Valley.
The Mustangs clinched a Class 4A state playoff berth with a 40-6 Skyline Conference victory at Knight Coliseum. Read More »
Three people were detained by Grants Pass police following a yearlong prostitution investigation at a local massage parlor, authorities said Friday.
Lt. Jeffrey Hattersley said the investigation into Silk Road Massage, 1580 N.E. Seventh St., was precipitated by reports that "more than just massages were occurring at this massage parlor." Read More »
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SPOOKY MUSIC: Rogue Valley Symphonic Band, 3 p.m. Sunday, SOU Music Recital Hall, 450 S. Mountrain Ave., Ashland; free, get tickets at Paddington Station in Ashland; roguevalleysymphonicband.org. Repeats Oct. 31.