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Syrena Rainbow Nicholson
· February 9, 2018
Biased journalism- more like a small town version of Fox news
Victor McVay III
· March 28, 2018
Great small town USA newspaper. Highly recommended!
Randy Malm
· August 30, 2016
been the best newspaper i have ever read.i have been in alot of small towns but out of all of them cave juinton by far is the best. like my dr.nordall told me onece that why move this is gods country ...and nothing gets better.i love the people of cave juntion. See More
Kent Fisher
· May 10, 2017
Recently moved from the IV but still subscribe to this great weekly. Thanks to the Mancusos, et al, for a glimpse into America's Quirkiest Valley!
Jean Ann Miles
· May 10, 2017
The IV News keeps me informed about the goings-on in the Valley. I especially like citizen letters and human interest stories. Great job Mancusos and office! Keep up the good work!
Phillip Randazzo
· April 20, 2017
Used to read it. Left Cave Jct. In 1980. Been back only a few times to visit friends. All my brothers and sisters live in or near Portland or Tumwater. I've lived in Dallas, TX since 1998.
Kathleen Pyle
September 27, 2012
Illinois Valley poets, the Oregon Poetry Association is having its fall conference in nearby Medford, October 5-7. Free to the public open mic session Friday night at the Medford Public Library, 205 S.... Central. More details at See More

Help us plan a new library
A discussion about current library facilities

Grants Pass, April 22, 2018 — The community is invited to join the Josephine Community Library District for a discussion about current library facilities: what’s working, what isn’t, and what improvements would YOU like to see? Dates are scheduled in April for the Illinois Valley and Williams branches to each host discussions specific to their branch, at their respective locations.


The conversations will be led by Penny Hummel Consulting, which has been hired by the Josephine County Library Foundation to complete a Facilities Master Plan for the library district. Discussions will be held at the Williams branch on Wednesday, April 25 from 4-5:30 p.m. and at the Illinois Valley branch on Thursday, April 26 from 4-5:30 p.m.

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