Acacia Cooper, Climate City Brewing head brewer, stirs mash that will yield 250 gallons of Resilience Butte County Proud IPA for a fundraiser where 100 percent of all sales will go to those affected by the Camp Fire in California.
By Jason McMillen of the Daily Courier
With at least 86 fatalities, 18,804 buildings destroyed and 153,336 acres burned, Northern California's Camp Fire left the town of Paradise a blackened ruin.
But when Chico-based Sierra Nevada Brewing Company put out a nationwide call to brew a fundraising beer for the victims, 1,400 breweries, including Grants Pass brewpubs Climate City Brewing Company and Vice Brewing Company, answered the call. Read More »
Hidden Valley's Dustin Brown (right) wrestles teammate Zack Breyman at the Dan Vidlak Invitational on Dec. 1 in Murphy. Brown, a senior, is a returning state qualifier for the Mustangs.
By Ehsan Kassim of the Daily Courier
Football and wrestling are two completely different sports.
Hidden Valley senior Dustin Brown finds wrestling to be a tougher sport than football, but his skills from the football field have translated well to the wrestling mat.
"It doesn't help prepare me in the conditioning part," Brown said. "But it helps me keep my stance low. I know how to take someone down better than the other wrestlers because of football." Read More »
Rogue Area Drug Enforcement According to a press release from the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement team, an arrest at a storage facility on Redwood Avenue led to the discovery of more than 10 pounds of methamphetamine, a pound of heroin and 28 guns, five of which were stolen.
By Shaun Hall of the Daily Courier
A former Grants Pass graduate of drug court was busted with more than 10 pounds of methamphetamine and a pound of heroin, along with 28 guns, five of them stolen.
Alejandro "Alex" Mendeola, 41, was arrested Tuesday by the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement team at A-1 Mini Storage, 1935 Redwood Ave., where he was accessing one of his three storage units, authorities said. Read More »
Fiona Allen (left) and Coral Lowry have been friends and performed together in Stillpoint Studio's The Nutcracker Ballet for years. They worked their way up from the tiny tot roles to "mini" roles to this year having major leading roles in the production, which opens Saturday at the Grants Pass High School Performing Arts Center. Here they're costumed for a rehearsal of "The Waltz of the Flowers."
By Edith Decker of the Daily Courier
Fiona Allen and Coral Lowry are ballet best friends.
They grew up in ballet classes, learned to dance in new toe shoes together and most certainly have been on stage in the traditional Nutcracker ballet together.
In this season's production — which opens Saturday at the Grants Pass High School Performing Arts Center — they dance together in the "Reed Flute" dance in the ballet, are both in the "Waltz of the Flowers," the snow scene and battle scene. Read More »
Whether you're about to head out on a road trip or just want to see what the weather's like in the mountains, thedailycourier.com's Trip Check page is for you. Check out the latest pictures from Webcams throughout our region, all on one page that we've custom designed for Southern Oregonians, using Oregon Department of Transportation cameras.
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The mountains circling Grants Pass can feel like old friends that we see every day. But how much do you know about them? Ever wonder what those mountains are called, and why? The Daily Courier has compiled names and their origins, along with other information, for most of them within sight in an interactive project.
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