Grow Your Mind and Your Garden!

The OSU-Jackson County Master Gardeners™ will host three classes in February from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturdays at the OSU Extension Service Auditorium, 569 Hanley Road, Central Point. The cost of the classes is $15 each; it’s free for certified Master Gardeners. The classes are also eligible for MG recertification. There will be outdoor […]

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Final History Saturday in Historic Cemetery

Saturday, December 8 is the final program of the year to conclude our tour of the City Section...

Are You Registered for the County Emergency Alert?

For your - and your family's safety - take a few minutes to register online...

Pets Can be Gross! By Dr. Tami Rogers

What to do when our dogs and cats eat things they shouldn't?!


Oregon State Fire Marshal warns of extreme fire danger...

Local Plant Clinic Saves Gardens in Distress

Plant Problems? Valuable information and advice is a free local resource, available to anyone...

Why Go To WOW? By Jo Parker

You’ve heard that Southern Oregon’s wine region is the fastest-growing in Oregon, right?...

Jacksonville Farmer’s Market Highlights

Coz and Tina of Easy Valley Farm and Heather of Walker Creek are two faves at the market...

Exciting Discoveries at the J’Ville Farmer’s Market!

Jacksonville is really lucky to have an amazing Sunday Farmer's Market...Check out these deals!

Origins Dinner Series to Support Hanley Farm

Support SOHS and Hanley Farm - First one June 30th -only $55 for multi-course meal and presentation!

Bill Stanton’s Oil Paintings Show at Library

From May 30 through August, see beautiful landscapes from this amazing local painter

The Britt Season Begins Tonight (June 11)!

Primus Kicks-off the Season and is the first concert where alcohol is NOT permitted

Britt Sales Start Thursday, May 17th!

A fun "parklet" will be set up at the office on Main St, with live music and snacks from Mellelo's and Good2Go for the day

Hooray for Jacksonville Residents!

Applegate Food Pantry appreciates your generosity, and can always use volunteers...

City Email Addresses

The City is now requiring these emails to be used by Commission Members...

Guest Oboist Performs This Weekend with the Rogue Valley Symphony

Neil Tatman performs the “gorgeous sound” of the oboe Saturday, January 27, 28 & 29th. Special $10 tickets...

Dirk Siedlecki Shares His Appreciation

It was a very busy and good year for the FOJHC and I take great pride in all that we have managed to do...

Children’s & Teens Books Needed!

The Storytelling Guild’s annual book drive is in full swing! Jacksonville: Let's help-out!

Last Weekend for Victorian Christmas Events!

Be sure to do your Shopping, Events and Holiday Festivities in Jacksonville NOW!

Auditions Being Held for RCC’s “Working”

Auditions for RCC's new Performing Arts Theater November 17-19th...

Surviving Loss: A Workshop

Thursday, October 13, Kate Ingram will help anyone grappling with any kind of loss, be it job, relationship, health...

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History Saturday Tours Red Men Sections

Saturday, October 8 is the next History Saturday in our beautiful historic cemetery...

It’s Eat Local Week! By Linda Davis

Buying local is good for us, good for the economy and good for the environment...

Live Music Options in Jville!

Check out all of these great venues for live music at our local tasting rooms, restaurants & bars!


This program is to assist senior citizens or disabled adults who reside within the city limits, alone, with no means or capacity...

Study Session Yields Valuable Input on Future Role of City Administrator

Just a week after being sworn-in, Mayor Paul Becker presided over his first City Council study session to gain a clearer picture of how city staff, the public and council feel about filling the soon-to-be vacant City Administrator (CA) position.

Letter read to City Council on January 4 by Whitman Parker

January 4, 2011

To: The Jacksonville City Council
Paul Becker, Christina Duanne, Paul Hayes, Jim Lewis
Donna Schatz, Dan Winterburn
CC: City Administrator Paul Wyntergreen, Jan Garcia, Fire Chief Arnold

From: Whitman Parker

In December, 2010, I was involved in an email discussion with Hubert Smith during which time I challenged him to provide the City Council with a list of […]

Letter to the Editor Re: Petition to Recall Jacksonville Mayor, City Councilor

Mayor Bruce Garrett’s resignation in the face of the recall attempt marked a sad day for the City of Jacksonville.

Our Firemen Saved My Life

I have some personal experience with regard to the professionalism of the Jacksonville Fire Department and their emergency response team.

Letter to the Editor from Charlie Wilson re: Fire Department funding

A little history might help put the Jacksonville Department level of service and funding issues in perspective.

Letter from Bob Kingsnorth re: Fire Department funding

Fire department staffing and funding depends on the desired “service level” and what are you personally willing to pay...


Please read first two recent Letters to the Editor upon which the following commentary is based:
Letter from Mr. Hubert Smith regarding funding for the Jacksonville Fire Department
Letter from Mr. Dick Ames regarding funding for the Jacksonville Fire department

My Fellow Residents and Neighbors:

A casual reading of Mr. Smith’s letter might lead one to conclude […]

From the Firehouse to Your House

Do the Drill

2010 Jacksonville 150th Anniversary Jubilee Parade Your home should be a safe haven. If you do not regularly check for home fire hazards, there is the potential for danger. This year’s theme for Fire Prevention Week is […]

New Fire Department Staff Sworn-In

Chris Arnold sworn in as Jacksonville’s new part time Administrative Fire Chief, in turn swearing in Chris Moore, Captain; Robert Pierce and Alex Cummings, firefighters.

October Candidates Forum Announcement

October Candidate's Forum Announcement

Staff Realignment Saves City $10,000

A restructuring of city staff positions after Planning Tech, Collin May resigned will save the taxpayers money.

Art Event Calendar

Jacksonville Art Events - October 2010

Jacksonville Firefighters Give Muscular Dystrophy the “Boot”

Jacksonville Firefighters help raise funds to fight Muscular Dystrophy

The Jacksonville Fire Department helped raised more than $3400 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during this year’s “Fill the Boot” campaign in late August. Jacksonville Fire Chief, […]

Jacksonville Heritage Society Announces benefit event

The Jacksonville Heritage Society announces a benefit event, scheduled for Oct. 20 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm at the historic Jacksonville Courthouse.

Vacant City Council Seat Filled

The City Council voted to appoint Jerry Mathern to fill a vacant council seat until January 1, 2011.