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Last Update Thursday, March 21st, 2019

The Grants Pass City Council narrowly passed a resolution Wednesday night declaring the city's need for the Copeland Sand & Gravel property as the site of the city's new water treatment plant.

In the process, city officials insisted that, contrary to public perception — and what the council's own agenda said — the resolution does not mean the city has decided to move ahead with condemning the property. Read More »

Grants Pass teen cellist chosen for prestigious summer music program
Charlie Jarvis, the seventh of nine musically gifted Jarvis siblings, was the first of them to pick up the cello, when he was 10 or 11. Read More »

RCC breaks ground on Health Professions Center
WHITE CITY — Rogue Community College broke ground Wednesday on a new Health Professions Center at its Table Rock Campus. The site became the subject of controversy last year because it means moving the registered nursing program away from the school's Grants Pass campus. Read More »

Uber, Lyft get green light to operate in Grants Pass
The Grants Pass City Council on Wednesday approved code changes that will allow Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services to operate in Grants Pass. Read More »

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