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Lentini Obituary

ANTHONY (TONY) LENTINI, 89, was welcomed into Heaven on February 28, 2023. Tony was born in Boston, MA, on August 14, 1933. In 1951, he joined the Navy and was eventually stationed in Coronado, CA, where he met his wife, Maxine, who was also enlisted in the Navy. He served[Read More…]

District 1 Adopts Exemptions To Public Contracting Rules

The Board of Directors for the Rogue River-based Jackson County Fire District No. 1 adopted exemptions to Public Contracting Rules that it is allowed by the State Legislature at its Wed., March 8 meeting. “It simplifies and streamlines the processes allowed for public contracting on projects below a certain dollar[Read More…]

Artists Invited To Submit Entries For State Stamps

Oregon’s annual state wildlife stamp competition culminates with the selection of three winners this fall, but now’s the time to plan your entries. Artists can compete in one or all three of the 2024 state stamp-art competitions. The winner in each contest receives a $2,000, and the artwork is used[Read More…]

B&C Monitoring Attempts To Privatize Wildlife

The Boone and Crockett Club has been looking out for the interests of hunters and wildlife since being founded by Theodore Roosevelt in 1887. Group leaders recently joined with Delta Waterfowl, Ducks Unlimited, the Mule Deer Foundation, Pheasants Forever-Quail Forever, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and[Read More…]

New Meters Will Cause Surprises In Some Water Bills

Public Works Director Mike Bollweg said the City of Rogue River’s water replacement project, part of its $3.7 million water capital works project, is “about 95 percent done” at the City of Rogue River’s workshop session on Thurs., March 3. The installations have been done, starting at several spots around[Read More…]

Council Considers Committees, Liaison Positions

The Rogue River City Council spent time hammering out language for its proposed resolution regarding rules for the makeup and conduct for committees and commissions, along with its liaisons to city organizations and official representatives to Southern Oregon groups for which the city has an interest at its Thurs., March[Read More…]