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Last Update Sunday, January 20th, 2019

Vince Randall, the Bureau of Land Management's forest manager in Grants Pass, isn't sitting around during the record-long government shutdown.

He's worked for a plumber, cut firewood on his property, and felled a few hazard trees for friends and others.

"I'm just trying to keep busy and keep a little cash flow going," Randall said. "I didn't think I'd be sitting so long in a furlough." Read More »

Tourism pays dividends as Grants Pass lodging tax revenue reaches all-time high
Grants Pass collected more than $1.5 million in lodging taxes during the last fiscal year — the most ever. That figure has climbed steadily over the last 10 years. Read More »

What's the real cost of the city's $1 million deal for Dollar Mountain?
Even though Grants Pass is on the verge of paying $1 million to buy much of Dollar Mountain, city officials on Friday still were uncertain about additional costs associated with the purchase. Read More »

New GPHS rule on senior attendance sparks improvement
Grants Pass High School this year instituted a new rule: Seniors who miss more than 10 percent of school days can't walk in the graduation ceremony. Read More »

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