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Last Update Sunday, November 18th, 2018
Guy Young lost his wife and children 40 years ago Sunday in the 1978 Jonestown Massacre. He holds a book with the photographs and ages of each of the victims including his wife, Christine (middle row far right on right side page) and Mona, his adopted daughter (bottom row on right side page). Young was a pastor at the Peoples Temple in San Francisco at the time of the tragedy.

Forty years ago Sunday, more than 900 Americans living in a commune in the South American country of Guyana committed suicide or were murdered at the behest of their leader, the Rev. Jim Jones.

In the United States, members of the Peoples Temple, the church Jones led, were as surprised and horrified as the rest of the world, says Guy Young of Grants Pass, who served as a pastor for Jones at the church for six years. 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

Editor's note: This schedule is good beginning Nov. 16.

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