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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.

Population: 34533
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

Grants Pass News
a Porch Festa brings weekend fun to Grants Pass

GRANTS PASS, Ore.- Music was flowing through Grants Pass on Saturday as hundreds made their way to the city's historic neighborhood to take part in the second annual Porch Fest. Take me back to a simpler time.

Pit stop delivery: Merlin couple delivers baby at gas station

Grants Pass, Ore.- Deanna Roberts never expected her daily pit stop to become her delivery room. But rushing to the hospital Sunday night, she said the baby simply couldn't wait.

Jackson Co. Jail mistakenly releases wrong inmate

A woman was mistakenly released from Jackson County Jail over the weekend. When jail staff realized what happened, local law enforcement teamed up to re-arrest the inmate.

Taprock Northwest Grill looking to open location in Roseburg

The original Taprock Northwest Grill was voted Best Restaurant in Grants Pass in the 2013, 2014 and 2015, by the Southern Oregon Magazine Reader's Choice Awards. The restaurant is located near Hellgate Canyon.

missing man found in Jackson County

Original story: JACKSONVILLE, Ore. - Search and rescue crews are continuing to look for a Brookings man who has reportedly gone missing after a crash near Applegate Lake.

Human Bean bought by Thomason Hospitality

The Human Bean on West Harvard Avenue on Friday. This location as, well as the Human Bean on Northwest Stewart Parkway, were recently purchased by Dave Thomason.

Make-A-Wish to send Roseburg teen on a fishing trip to Alaska

Lindsey Willis with the other Roseburg High School cheerleaders participating in the Veterans Day Parade in November of 2016 in downtown Roseburg. Lindsey Willis, left, between chemotherapy treatments for leukemia, in a Search and Rescue raft near Grants Pass with, left to right, Larissa May, Camren May and Deanna Boyd.

Music in the Park Summer Concert series kicks off July 12

For it's 32nd year, Myrtle Creek's Millsite Park lawn will be decorated with picnic blankets, friendly faces and dancing feet as it once again hosts the Music in the Park summer concert series. Performances will start at 6 p.m. most Thursdays from July 12 to Aug. 30. "It's a nice community event that's outside in the park on a nice warm summer evening and it's free," said Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce Secretary and Treasurer Ted Romas.

An unfortunate end, Blessing Box set to close

GRANTS PASS, Ore.- A box meant to help those less fortunate in the community has been chugging along for about a year. But now, it looks like the Blessing Box is set to close after the owner is being moved out of her house.

Investigators: no criminal wrongdoing in Grants Pass school bus incident

GRANTS PASS, Ore. - An incident involving a school bus in Grants Pass blew up on social media, but the Josephine County Sheriff's Office said the backlash was based on "inaccurate accounts."

Police: suspect took LSD, thought he was in a Grand Theft Autoa

According to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, a large gathering was taking place in the area of Emigrant Lake on the evening of June 2. There were reportedly drugs and alcohol involved. During the gathering, several people at the lake told police they saw a man, later identified as Grants Pass resident Anthony Joseph Clark, acting strangely.

Oregon park using old-fashioned horsepower

"Hup. Hup. Hup," yelled Nick Rodgers, hanging on to ropes attached to his Belgian workhorse Maggie, who strained up a hill pulling a several-hundred pound log.

Oregon park using old-fashioned horsepower for logging

In this May 18, 2018, photo, Bennett Rodgers moves logs from Cathedral Hills Park with Percheron team Rook and Jody moving toward the Espey Road parking area and temporary log landing just south of Grants Pass, Ore. In this May 18, 2018, photo, Nick Rodgers, left, and his nephew Bennett Rodgers pose with Percheron team Rook and Jody and have been horse logging in Cathedral Hills Park outside of Grants Pass, Ore.

Grants Pass Fire and Rescue equips oxygen masks for pets

GRANTS PASS, Ore.- Pets hold a special place in many people's hearts and for emergency personnel, when it comes time to rescue one, having the right equipment can make a difference. According to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety Fire and Rescue Division, the division responded to about 200 fires last year.

Recycling changes could hit Josephine County

Josephine County is planning to follow what Jackson County has already established by changing the rules on what materials can be recycled, and potentially increasing rates. That way the hope is that markets will accept our recyclables.

Josephine Co. Sheriffa s Office offers safety tips after fatal drowning

Grants Pass. Ore. - The Rogue River claimed the life of a woman Monday at Baker Park in Grants Pass.

Not all recyclables get recycled

Oregon is serious about recycling. Its residents are accustomed to dutifully separating milk cartons, yogurt containers, cereal boxes and kombucha bottles from their trash to divert them from the landfill.

Recycling gets recycled, right? Maybe

A conveyor belt transports recycled waste for sorting at Republic Services, one of the largest waste managers in the country, in Seattle on May 11, 2018. Plastics and papers from dozens of American cities and towns are being dumped in landfills after China stopped recycling most "foreign garbage."

Carnival rides, arts and crafts, food vendors and more at the Boatnik festival

A Rogue Valley tradition that goes back six decades, is in full swing this weekend as Boatnik kicked off their third day of the festival on Saturday. It's the biggest event happening in southern Oregon this weekend.

Parking issues derail low income housing proposal in Grants Pass

It's back to the drawing board for On-Track after a low income housing proposal was denied by the City of Grants Pass. The site on Lincoln Road in Grants Pass may one day be the home of Lincoln Meadows, a low income housing complex run by On-Track.

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