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Last Update Sunday, July 22nd, 2018
Smoke from the Taylor Creek Fire, seen from Sloan Mountain near Wilderville Friday evening, makes the sun look like an eclipse.

From all over the valleys north and west of Grants Pass, the Taylor Creek Fire captured the attention of fire watchers Friday evening.

"They just dropped again," said Jessie Wytcherley, perched on her mother Jennifer's car on Redwood Avenue, as air tankers dropped red retardant 12 miles away.

"It just went crazy today," added another nearby viewer. Read More »

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