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Last Update Sunday, December 16th, 2018
Elijah Severn, 7, gives advice to his sister Kya, 9, on a computer game they were playing Friday as big brother Ryan, 13, does his own research on the Illinois Valley library internet network.

In recent years, the internet has become an indispensable tool, used for everything from playing video games to submitting job applications. However, for those in the rural areas of Josephine County, high-speed internet often simply isn't available.

Now, the Josephine Community Library District is partnering with Sunny Wolf Charter School to expand high-speed internet access in Wolf Creek and the Illinois Valley. Read More »

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Whether you're about to head out on a road trip or just want to see what the weather's like in the mountains,'s Trip Check page is for you. Check out the latest pictures from Webcams throughout our region, all on one page that we've custom designed for Southern Oregonians, using Oregon Department of Transportation cameras. Click here to see the Webcams
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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

Connor Pylant's Christmas lights display brings together two of his life's passions: technology and theater.

The 15-year-old Grants Pass High School sophomore uses computerized light controllers — four 16-channel units — to create a show of lights that flash on and off and fade to the rhythm of holiday music, and is also synchronized with a video projection of holiday images.

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