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Last Update Sunday, March 18th, 2018

Dawnelle Garcia's second-graders at Fruitdale Elementary were having a grand old time whacking plastic yellow balls with blue paddles last week in the school gymnasium.

It was pickleball time.

"Hey, kids, did you tell your parents you're learning pickleball?" yelled Steve Ware, who is the USA Pickleball Association ambassador in Grants Pass. Read More »

Beware of blackmail email scam that threatens explicit videos (Don't Fall For This)
There are no lows that scammers won't stoop to in order to scare you out of your hard-earned dollars. Read More »

Couple sought in manhunt surrender to police
A man and woman sought by police in connection with a possible bloody assault on Thursday in Grants Pass surrendered to a SWAT team Friday. Read More »

Hemp trade show coming in May
An industry trade show called What the hemp! is planned for May at the Josephine County Fairgrounds. Read More »

Students injured by science experiment
MERLIN — A science experiment gone awry at Fleming Middle School injured three students Friday, sending one to the hospital. Read More »

Commissioners to discuss marijuana rules
The week ahead for the Josephine County Board of Commissioners includes a city-county workshop on Monday and an expected Tuesday discussion in closed session to discuss restrictions on marijuana farming in rural residential zones. Read More »

Fair Board to discuss master plan
The Josephine County Fair Board is due to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Pavilion building at the fairgrounds to discuss master planning, the Dutch Bros. Coffee field construction project, horse racing, grants and the annual county fair, among other topics, including a funds request related to horse stalls. Read More »

District 7 hosting bond information meeting
The Grants Pass School District's proposed $138.7 million construction bond project is the subject of an informational meeting Tuesday evening. Read More »

Solid Waste Agency to meet on Tuesday afternoon
The Josephine County Solid Waste Agency will meet on Tuesday to discuss next steps for a new curbside recycling policy as well as rate increases. Read More »

Library District invites community for input Read More »

Historic headlines
Below is a new feature for readers interested in local history. We've chosen daily headlines from the Courier to highlight for the coming week: 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 »

Correction 3-18-2018
In an opinion column published March 9, Wild Rogue Emporium owner Jan Bertaggia was described as a Soroptimist. Although she has belonged to the local chapter in the past, Bertaggia is currently not an active member of the women's service club. Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue Read More »

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