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The Rogue River and the Oregon Caves National Monument are just two of the local attractions in the city of Grants Pass, Oregon. With over 34,000 residents, Grants Pass is the 15th-most populated city in the state. Located northwest of Medford, Grants Pass is the county seat of Josephine County. Local legend explains that the city was named after General and President Ulysses S. Grant. Three Rivers Community Hospital and Health Center is ranked as one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation.
Local Newspapers: Grants Pass Daily Courier
Local Sports Teams: Grants Pass Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Rogue Community College
Zip Codes associated with grants pass, oregon:
97526 97527 97543
Towns/Cities near grants pass, oregon : Merlin Redwood Rogue River New Hope Fruitdale Harbeck
Walmart Pledges to Fight in Court to Deny Sale of Guns to 20-Year-Old ...
Four Oregon lawsuits have made national headlines and challenged the ability of national retailers to restrict gun sales to people under 21. In all four cases, all filed in county circuit courts, 20-year-old Oregon men say stores violated their civil rights by refusing to sell them guns and ammo. The cases claim the stores' policies violate state anti-discrimination laws that bar merchants from refusing service based on a number of protected classes, including age.Schools across Oregon taking different approaches to Wednesday's walkouts
The events are also designed to pressure politicians at the state and national level to enact laws to curb gun violence. But just as the sagebrush-laden slopes of the Blue Mountains differ from the concrete and steel that litter Portland's West Hills, Oregon schools and their districts are taking strikingly different approaches to demonstrations that call for students to leave class at 10 a.m. and hold a 17-minute vigil.15-year-old arrested over suspected school threat
GRANTS PASS, Ore.- Police in Grants Pass arrested a student yesterday after other students came forward claiming they overhead him on the bus considering shooting other students. According to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, police followed up with students and school officials to verify the reports, leading to the arrest of the student.A motorcyclist crashed in front of this Tacoma trucker. He saved him with his favorite shirt
Ryan Moody of Tacoma is a finalist for the Goodyear Highway Hero Award, which honors professional truck drivers who put themselves in harm's way to help others. Moody assisted a motorcyclist after an accident in 2017.Frog Oa Faire cancelled this year
After nearly five consecutive decades of bringing fun, joy, and a lot of family-friendly entertainment to Grants Pass. Frog O'Faire has cancelled its event this summer.Climate City Brewing Is a Former Bootlegger Haunt With a Rainbow of Flavors
More than one server has been spooked by a ghost that seems to have run of the place late at night. 509 SW G St., Grants Pass, 541-479-3725, climatecitybrewing.com .A Former Brooklyn Sculptor is Making Seriously Singular Beers in a Hand-Built Brewery in Grants Pass
11 am to 9 pm Monday, closed Tuesday, 11 am-10 pm Wednesday-Thursday, 11 am to midnight Friday-Saturday, 11 am to 10 pm Sunday. Jon Conner, the brewer and founder of this brewery in Grants Pass, got his start as a sculptor in Brooklyn.Oregon lawmakers wrestle with DACA and drivers' licenses
Oregon's Legislature is grappling with a bill allowing DACA recipients - people brought into America illegally when they were children - to renew "limited term" drivers' licenses for two years while President Donald Trump and Congress figure out an immigration policy. The House measure at first addressed only the costs of Oregonians switching drivers' licenses to federally-recognized ones.a Coalition for Kidsa to close child care program
Changes are coming to a well known Grants Pass organization. This past week, Coalition for Kids announced the organization's child care services are coming to a close.RCC nursing program moving to White City
Grants Pass, Ore.- Pat Higby went to Rogue Community College in Grants Pass back in 1972 and understands how important the nursing program is to the community. She says not only will moving the nursing program to White City make it difficult for residents, it will also go against what she voted for back in 2016.Grants Pass police investigate suspicious item left at DHS
Law enforcement became aware of the situation at the Department of Human Services office on NW Hawthorne Avenue Monday evening. According to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, the briefcase was in the lobby and had been there for quite some time.Confirmed case of dog flu reported in Grants Pass, Oregon
The Daily Courier reports it is Oregon's first confirmed case this winter. Dr. Randy Webster, a Grants Pass veterinarian, says it's highly contagious, and can run through a kennel like the human flu runs through a kindergarten class.Dog flu many be heading this way
A serious canine flu has the potential to reach Douglas County, and can be deadly to dogs if not treated. Health officials confirmed that a case of the dog flu was documented in Grants Pass last week, prompting dog owners to seek more information about the infection from local veterinarians.Roseburg Beauty College to close due to lack of funding
Gretchen Allen of Lookingglass has her hair shampooed by Roseburg Beauty College student Dani Saunders on Friday. Regarding the beauty school closing Allen said, "It's a really a bummer that they are closing.Toilet vandalism highlights parks funding struggle
GRANTS PASS, Ore.- Two local parks in Josephine County were vandalized just days apart. Park officials are concerned how this vandalism will affect the parks.Slow Corpse Premiere New Single Blooming From Upcoming Album Fables
Tender Loving EMPIRE is very pleased to announce that "Blooming", the new single from Fables, the forthcoming full length from Slow Corpse , has premiered at Vortex. The band will be performing select West Coast dates is support of the record, beginning March 17th at The Haul in Grants Pass, OR.Gun control bill goes to the governor
Gov. Kate Brown will get a chance to sign a gun control bill she requested after the Senate voted Thursday to approve the legislation on a nearly party-line vote. House Bill 4145 passed 16-13, with Sen. Betsy Johnson, D-Scappoose, as the only Democrat to vote with Republicans against the bill.
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