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Last Update Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

It was hot Monday evening, but Brenda Beckwith wasn't planning on jumping into the fishing pond at Reinhart Volunteer Park to cool off.

But then she saw the look on her grandson's face and she knew she was going in.

Beckwith, 48, jumped into the pond to rescue a turtle she and her grandchildren had discovered. The turtle was losing his strength while struggling with an abandoned fishing line. Read More »

Bear Camp Road may be open by Friday afternoon
GALICE — Bear Camp Road, the preferred route for rafters and other adventurers to get to the lower Rogue River, may be open by Friday afternoon. Read More »

Dentists visit Highland kindergarteners (School Notes)
Kindergarteners at Highland Elementary School got a special visit from not one but two dentists Friday. Read More »

Fill The Boot event a success
Grants Pass Department of Public Safety Fire Fighter Tim Stacy hands out an appreciation sticker to a driver that had just donated to the MDA Fill The Boot event held on Sixth Street Saturday.  Read More »

Be careful burning debris while it's hot
Because of soaring temperatures Monday and today, the Oregon Department of Forestry has issued a warning for people burning debris piles on their property. Read More »

Firefighters quickly extinguish apartment fire  Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue Read More »

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