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Last Update Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Youngsters at the Grants Pass Boys & Girls Club got a nice surprise Wednesday from U.S. Cellular: 20 new LG tablets.

The crowd of students in the gym, where the announcement was made, was thrilled to get such shiny new technology to use whenever they visit.

"All we have right now is computers, and they're kind of laggy," Ivan Isley, 11, said. "But with the tablets, they're the new thing, and we don't have new things here." Read More »

Barn destroyed after sudden explosions on horse farm
Renee Herndon and her mother, Shelley Herndon, had just finished feeding horses and doing other chores Wednesday night when they heard a big explosion. Read More »

Reinhart Volunteer Park has a regular cleaning schedule (What's the Deal?)
A few months ago the paper ran a story about a turtle that was rescued after it got tangled in fishing line in the pond at Reinhart Volunteer Park. Does the city ever clean up the pond? Read More »

Woman accused of stealing Public Works pickup in Williams Highway construction
WILLIAMS — A woman is in custody after the brazen theft of a Josephine County Public Works pickup truck from a construction site in the 17900 block of Williams Highway. Read More »

Police still searching for intruder suspect
Police were unable to locate a man that a woman said attacked her in her Grants Pass home Wednesday at about 5 p.m. Read More »

Traffic Jam
A driver was accused of impaired driving after this truck lost control and crashed on Interstate 5 at 3:39 p.m. Tuesday, south of Canyonville, closing the southbound lanes of the freeway for two hours.  Read More »

RR City Council to cover sports pub application Read More »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue Read More »

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