GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A well-known Southern Oregon tourism symbol may be moving.
The Caveman is a 25-foot fiberglass statue near the Chamber of Commerce in Grants Pass that's been part of the town's tourism campaign -- playing on the nearby Oregon Caves National Monument.
But a pelt-wearing group known as the Cavemen formed decades ago to boost tourism owns the statue. And the Cavemen are down to three members and about $1,200 in the bank.
The Grants Pass Daily Courier reports that one of the remaining members says the statue needs a paint job that'll cost $800.
He proposes to move the statue to the high school. A school board member says that's a good idea, because the athletic teams are known as the Cavemen.