By Victoria Marshall With the 2022 school year now over, parents have the right and responsibility to ask, “Can we do better?” According to World… Read More »Parents, Regarding Your Kids’ Schooling: Can You do Better?
By Richard Emmons Gov. Kate Brown ended her two-year long COVID-19 state of emergency on April 1. Her executive orders resulted in the closing of… Read More »Was Gov. Brown’s COVID-19 State of Emergency Constitutional?
By Richard Emmons On June 1, the Josephine County Board of Commissioners adopted a $196.7 million budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The… Read More »New County Budget Preserves Sheriff Patrols
By Karen D. Austin I have owned a small business that serves children in Grants Pass for 32 years; the first three decades as All… Read More »How One Local Small Business Stood for Medical Freedom and Survived Government Overreach
By Jay Meredith Most in Grants Pass are excited about the new entertainment venue called The Flying Lark, which is on the verge of opening… Read More »Why The Flying Lark will not Hurt the Tribes
For many decades, Riverside Park has been the gem of the Grants Pass parks system. Now Riverside Park is known as a haven for homeless… Read More »Time for Grants Pass to sell Riverside Park
Following the recent student walkout at Grants Pass High School and North Middle School, District 7 Board Member Gary Richardson said, “The school district becomes… Read More »Your Child’s Best Education Now – Better Public Schools Later