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Last Update Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

The Slater Fire advanced less than 2,000 acres Monday as firefighters used favorable weather to make headway on the wildfire that's been burning since Sept. 8.

Containment increased to 24% and acreage was at 150,230, based on the latest estimate from a flight using infrared imaging, according to fire spokesperson Angie Hurley at incident command in Grants Pass. Read More »

Reopened Redwood Highway 'kind of a scary drive'
CAVE JUNCTION — Despite having made the drive many times before, the trip from Hiouchi, California, to Cave Junction felt eerie to Katie Shearhart. Read More »

City needs another $300K for new police building
The city is in search of $300,000 to make up for an "unfortunate oversight" on the new Grants Pass police headquarters, pushing the project's original price tag of just over $7 million now to just under $10.6 million. Read More »

As fairgrounds shelter closes, animals remain
The majority of evacuees who stayed at the Josephine County Fairgrounds have left, but there are still plenty of farm animals there. Read More »

COVID-19 sparks changes at fire camp
LAKE SELMAC — The 360-acre Josephine County park here has served many fire camps and even a Cycle Oregon stop or two over the years. In 2018, the Klondike Fire camp was here, as was the 2002 Biscuit Fire. Read More »

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