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Chaz Rogers examines a tree that could be cut down if Josephine County goes through with a plan to harvest 114 acres of surrounding area for timber in the Williams area.

WILLIAMS — Chaz Rogers likes to bike and hike around Pipe Fork Creek, but that experience could be much different if the county goes through with to harvest 114 acres of trees in the area.

"All of these trees will be gone," Rogers said.

It's not a done deal yet. Rogers and about 40 others are trying to stop the timber sale and instead want to see the area developed into an area for recreation. Read More »

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