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Last Update Sunday, August 25th, 2019

They look just like slot machines, and they provide the backbone of what could be a state-of-the-art "racino" right here in Grants Pass.

Known as historical racing machines, there could be as many as 400 to 500 of them in the 35,000-square-foot building planned by Travis Boersma of TMB Racing for the Josephine County Fairgrounds in the coming years.

On the machines, bettors wager on horse races from the past.

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Lottery nearing reintroduction of sports wagering
Remember the good old days when you could walk into Safeway, pull out a paper computer card and a No. 2 pencil and bet on NFL games? Read More »

Mulkins stepping down as county DA
District Attorney Ryan Mulkins is moving on after a four-year run as Josephine County's top prosecutor. Read More »

By Jason McMillen of the Daily Courier
The Oregon Department of Transportation has set in motion plans to curb the carnage on the Redwood Highway, but the agency worries engineering alone won't be enough without more patrols by state troopers to curb the other half of the equation — irresponsible driving. Read More »

New RCC board policy frowns on public dissent after decisions
A new Rogue Community College Board of Education policy expects members to support all decisions made by the board whether they agree with them or not, much like the one that bedeviled the Grants Pass City Council recently. Read More »

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