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Last Update Sunday, February 26th, 2017

NEW HOPE — Inside the gym at New Hope Christian School, a small group of second graders eagerly watched Jeremy Joling drop an egg from a ladder.

Despite precautions taken by Joling, the egg, cocooned by cotton balls and marshmallows in a plastic sandwich bag, made a muffled but unmistakable crunch sound when it hit the ground.

"It splattered!" Victoria Javroic, 7, said excitedly. Read More »

Teen finishes Eagle Scout community service project (Community Corner)
Sixteen-year-old Preston Pickering is pleased with his Eagle Scout project. Read More »

Jury convicts woman on attempted murder, assault charges
A Josephine County jury on Friday convicted a 52-year-old homeless woman of attempted murder, assault and burglary. Read More »

Eagle Point man who fired shots during SUV theft in CJ sentenced
MEDFORD — An Eagle Point man was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison Thursday for stealing an SUV in Cave Junction on Dec. 24 and later firing shots during a second car heist that day in Central Point. Read More »

KickBack winner wants to give back
Verna Dietert is ready to pay it forward. Read More »

Sportsmen's & Outdoor show at the Jackson County Expo
CENTRAL POINT — The 17th Annual Jackson County Sportsmen's & Outdoor Recreation Show at the Jackson County Expo is in full swing, but there's still time to catch some fun demonstrations on Sunday. Read More »

City Council to meet, vote on balloon festival funds
The Grants Pass City Council will meet on Wednesday to vote on contributing funds to a balloon festival this summer, authorize a street closure for the Antiques and Collectibles Fair, and approve a three-year labor contract with one of its unions. Read More »

Email virus scam poses as USPS correspondence (Don't fall for this!)
A scam involving emails from a fake United States Postal Service account has found its way to Josephine County. Read More »

A collection of birds over a lifetime holds sweet memories (Readers Write)
I grew up on a farm in rural Arkansas. There were many types of birds. Beautiful birds, ugly birds and destructive birds. And, there were birds that were beneficial to farmers because they ate bugs, worms and insects that invaded crops. Read More »

Commissioners meetings include radio show, parks workshop
Josephine County Board of Commissioners meetings for the coming week include the following: Read More »

Animal Shelter Advisory Committee to meet  Read More »

The Daily Courier publishes a listing of upcoming special classes every weekend. To have a class listed, contact Kathleen Alaks, 541-474-3815 or Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue  Read More »

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