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Last Update Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Local residents can now use their smartphones to receive an alert when someone nearby is having a heart attack.

As of last week, Josephine County 911 can notify persons within a quarter-mile of emergencies in public places by using a free downloadable application called PulsePoint.

"This will save lives," said Asante's David Kinyon, who spoke during a kick-off event at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center. Read More »

GP Marching Band starts practice (School Notes)
By Madeline Shannon of the Daily Courier Read More »

Briefly
Driver who allegedly hit man pushing car arrested Read More »

CORRECTION
A story in the weekend edition of the Daily Courier about the Fifth Street River Overlook incorrectly identified another river access point that the city took steps to improve. The story said the city took similar measures for a river access on H Street. The access point is actually on Eighth Street. Read More »

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