Allissa Marquez (left) and Molly Gonzalez share a laugh during "The Great Pumpkin Seed Project" at the Josephine County Food Bank's farm outside of Grants Pass on Saturday.
By Shaun Hall of the Daily Courier
Volunteers helped provide food for their neighbors Saturday when they helped process winter squash at Josephine County Food Bank's Raptor Creek Farm.
Nine volunteers put in a few hours cutting open squash and scooping out seeds, with the seeds due to go back to the farmer who grew them, for sale to a seed company. Meanwhile, the flesh of the squash will go to food bank clients. Read More »
JOEL TAKARSH for the Daily Courier As Mazama's Trevor Anderson (2) blocks Hidden Valley's James Elmore, the Mustangs' Zach Alderman tries to bring down Vikings running back Aidan Kindt, who on Friday rushed for 165 yards and two touchdowns on just 11 carries.
By Ben Maki for the Daily Courier
MURPHY — Mazama still runs the Skyline Conference.
The Vikings ran for 410 yards against Hidden Valley on Friday to beat the Mustangs 42-7 and pull within one win of clinching an eighth consecutive league championship.
"They're a championship level team, and we're not there right now," Hidden Valley coach Mike Fanger said. Read More »
Wadsworth, the butler, (David Vickoren) keeps an eye on unhappy dinner guests, from left, Colonel Mustard (Greg Franklin), Miss Scarlet (Jamie Banister), Mr. Green (Tim Coatney), Mrs. Peacock (Jamie Krull), Mrs. White (Gwen Duffy) and Professor Plum (Steven Corelis) in "Clue: On Stage" at Barnstormers Theatre.
By Edith Decker of the Daily Courier
Whether you're someone who watches a mystery and knows whodunnit or someone who hasn't a clue, you'll enjoy "Clue: On Stage," a new edition set in the Red Scare year of 1954.
The Barnstormers Theatre opened their run of the comedy Friday and it plays weekends through, appropriately, Halloween. Though tickets are sold out, a waiting list is available. Read More »
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