In 2017, I attended our Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet. I sat next to the leader of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)… Read More »Should Students Launch a Business While in High School?
On Jan. 1, Oregon’s “Paid Leave Oregon” program went into effect. Employers and employees began contributing 1% of wages up to $132,900 into the Paid… Read More »Is ‘Paid Leave Oregon’ Too Good to be True?
By Richard Emmons I met with Don Scott on Sept. 16. He wanted to show me one of his $350 pine caskets, which he sells… Read More »Casket Maker Hopes Proposed Sales Tax is Met with Death Knell
By Richard Emmons As the editor of the Josephine County Eagle, people often seek me out to share story ideas, complain about local problems, or… Read More »Grants Pass Company Seeks to Save Honeybees from Deadly Parasite
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