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Last Update Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

Redwood Elementary fourth-graders walked in a "Trashion Show" on Friday, an activity that required them to make outfits out of recyclable materials and wear them in a fashion show in the school's gym.

The fun event taught students about recycling, reusing products and diverting what would have been wasted materials into a creative, fun project. Read More »

Two long-time residents aim for Three Rivers seat (Race for School Board)
The Three Rivers School Board has two seats up for grabs this election season, with the Zone 3 position being sought by recreational marijuana farm owner Amber Guient and Harry & David Human Resources Director Rich Halsted. Read More »

Two-term incumbent challenged by newcomer in Rogue River (Race for School Board)
ROGUE RIVER — Richard Pardy, a two-term member of the Rogue River School Board, is going for a third. He has a challenger in newcomer Mysti Jacob. Read More »

Arbogast recognized locally as outstanding educator of children (Community Corner)
Pam Thompson Arbogast has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Sharon Marchant Achievement Award. This award recognizes outstanding educators of children 5 and younger in Josephine County. Read More »

Medford approves exclusion zone amid lawsuit threat
By Damian Mann of the Medford Mail Tribune Read More »

Jackson County may declare marijuana a nuisance
By Vickie Aldous of the Medford Mail Tribune Read More »

Be sure to ask IRS agents for two forms of identification (Don't fall for this!)
The tax deadline has officially passed. You may feel relieved that you've finished the paperwork on time, but you still need to be on the lookout for scams. Read More »

Judging a book by its cover causes a lot of unnecessary panic at bookstore (Readers Write)
It was the unusual sound of the dog's toenails clicking on the cement floor that first alerted me that customers had entered the Book Exchange late that afternoon. At 4:45 I had hoped to have the last 15 minutes to stock shelves without dealing with further customers. What was a dog doing in here? Read More »

Lemontrepreneurs come out with April flowers
From left, Shane Orzel, 9; Jaxon Batts, 12; Clayton Markey, 8; Casidy Orzel, 10; and Colton Markey, 9; sell lemonade and Kool-Aid for $1 a cup on Friday afternoon, one of the warmest days so far in 2017, with a high of 74 degrees.  Read More »

May voter registration deadline is Tuesday
The deadline to register to vote in the May 16 special election in Josephine County is Tuesday. Ballots are to be mailed Wednesday. Read More »

Learn how to make healthy Mexican food
Healthy Mexican cuisine is the focus of a cooking class being offered next month through Asante. Read More »

Climate change meeting talks impact on birds 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 »

Fire calls
Grants Pass Fire and Rescue  Read More »

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