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Last Update Sunday, May 28th, 2017

The Grants Pass Elks Lodge No. 1584 and its associated Emblem Club, No. 4444, may not own a building anymore, but they're still alive and kicking.

"We have a committee actively looking for a new property," says Lee Rust, a lodge officer, as he and fellow Elk Gary Wallace and his wife Linda Wallace, an Emblem Club member, worked on the clubs' float for the Boatnik Parade. Read More »

Athletic director promoted to principal
MERLIN — Erik Lathen, currently North Valley High School's athletic director and vice principal, is set to become principal next year after Dennis Misner retires at the end of the school year. Read More »

AllCare Health celebrates 'Don't Fry Day' to benefit children
AllCare Health celebrated national "Don't Fry Day" with sun safety events to benefit children across the region Friday. Read More »

Man gets two years for hit-and-run
A Grants Pass man accused of causing a hit-and-run crash in a stolen car was sentenced to two years in prison on Friday in Josephine County Court. Read More »

Weekend fun is all yours at Boatnik
Bailey Bischoff, 16, and Sienna Day, 15, get all topsy-turvy on the Fire Ball ride at the Davis Shows Northwest at Riverside Park.  Read More »

Boatnik schedule of events
Unless otherwise noted, all events are at Riverside Park, along the Rogue River in downtown Grants Pass. Read More »

Flags at half-staff for Memorial Day
Flags around the state will be at half-staff on Monday in recognition of Memorial Day to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service of their country. Read More »

Climate group to meet on Tuesday
MEDFORD — Southern Oregon Climate Action Now will be holding its monthly meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Medford Public Library. Read More »

Beware of business scams after W-2s (Don't fall for this!)
Scammers are posing as business executives in order to glean personal information about employees from Human Resources workers. Read More »

Woman falls off cliff
Deputies from the Curry County Sheriff's Office rescued a woman who fell off a cliff next to the ocean at Chetco Point near Brookings on Thursday. Marina Vanhoy, of Smith River, Calif., was exploring with friends when she fell 30 feet onto some rocks below the cliff, causing severe injuries, deputies said. Read More »

The Daily Courier publishes a listing of upcoming special classes every weekend. To have a class listed, contact Kathleen Alaks, 541-474-3815 or Read More »

CJ meeting on naloxone set for Tuesday evening Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue Read More »

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