Fire crews continue battling the Oregon Gulch Fire and bring it to 42 percent containment-UPDATED
Fire crews continued battering the Oregon Gulch Fire yesterday and they now have it listed at 42 percent containment.
Council Approves Amending Development Code & Pass Resolutions Creating an Urban Renewal Task Force and Adopting an Emergency Plan
Provisions relating to the Urban Reserve Code were repealed from the City’s Development Code at Wednesday night’s City Council Meeting in Council Chambers.
Governor Visits Oregon Gulch Fire
Gov. John Kitzhaber has toured Oregon's biggest wildfire, where he called on Congress to fund more forest thinning projects to reduce the risk of wildfires
Commissioners hear a presentation from the BLM concerning roads management
A representative of the Bureau of Land Management delivered a presentation to the Josephine County Commissioners concerning BLM’s management of roads.
There were several incidents on the Oregon State Troopers log for the last 24 hours. Here are some of them.
Camp Creek Complex Mostly Contained
The Camp Creek Complex covers several small fires on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in southern Oregon including the 15-acre Bailey Fire, Camp Creek Fire, also 15 acres and the 50-acre Cluster Fire are contained and in patrol status
Only one new fire reported in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest as firefighters make big strides in firefighting effort
Fire crews in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest report only one new small fire has appeared in the past 48 hours and they’ve made significant progress in bringing all fires in the forest under control.
Oregon Gulch Fire containment notches up to 35 percent
The Oregon Gulch Fire, which has burned approximately 36,723 acres in southern Jackson, western Klamath and northern Siskiyou counties, is now estimated at 35 percent containment.
Jackson County Deputies Jail Woman for Stabbing
Monday afternoon Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 7000 block of Rogue River Highway to the report of an assault.
Crews from Three Agencies Douse Agness Grassfire Quickly
Crews from Grants Pass Fire and Rescue, Rural Metro, and the Oregon Department of Forestry quickly knocked down flames from a grassfire that sprung to life about 1:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The fire was located west of Agness Avenue and south of the railroad tracks in an area behind a Pacific Power substation.
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