Grants Pass woman Sandra Garner holds up photos of her 89-year-old father Norbert (Tony) Dantzman, who went missing in Winter Wisconsin during a family reunion Aug. 30.
By Jason McMillen of the Daily Courier
Tony Dantzman, an 89-year-old retired contractor and former Marine, has been missing for over two weeks now. He's not from Grants Pass, but there's a small chance he could pass through here.
His daughter, Sandra Garner, who has lived in Grants Pass for 30 years, is requesting the public to be on the lookout for her father, who disappeared in Wisconsin during a family reunion there. Read More »
Courtesy of Ashland International Film Festival A park ranger and a woman dance in a scene from "Fiddlin" which celebrates old-time music, family and tradition in the Appalachian Mountains.
An intriguing and illuminating array of international films has been assembled for the 30th annual World Film Week, scheduled Oct. 4-11 at the Varsity Theatre, 166 E. Main St. in downtown Ashland.
The Ashland Independent Film Festival has assembled a collection of 13 films and one short film program from 11 countries: Bulgaria, Siberia, France, Mexico, Paraguay, Denmark, Kenya, Iceland, Israel, Egypt and the United States. 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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