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Last Update Sunday, May 27th, 2018
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Photos by WAYNE MORROW
During a campaign stop in Grants Pass on May 27, 1968, Sen. Robert Kennedy is swarmed by a crowd at Caveman Plaza shopping center as he is driven by Grants Pass police chief George Eckstein in a convertible. Kennedy's dog, a springer spaniel named Freckles, is just to the right of the senator. At top, a 1968 Kennedy campaign poster.

It was a Monday, just one day before a much-anticipated Oregon primary election.

It was also Frank Ducceschi's first day on the job.

On May 27, 1968, Ducceschi walked into the Daily Courier building on Seventh Street, eager to begin his new role as the newspaper's news editor. Read More »

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Whether you're at home, in the office or Timbuktu, you can always check out what's going on around Grants Pass with the Daily Courier's five Webcams.
The mountains circling Grants Pass can feel like old friends that we see every day. But how much do you know about them? Ever wonder what those mountains are called, and why? The Daily Courier has compiled names and their origins, along with other information, for most of them within sight in an interactive project. Click here to take a look at our mountains

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