Onion Mountain Fire Now at 3,735 Acres
The Onion Mountain fire is listed at five percent contained having now burned through 3,735 acres 15 miles west of Grants Pass. Moderate fire behavior is expected again today with active burning of ground fuels spreading at a rate of 600 feet per hour.
Section of Midland Avenue closed due to broken water main
A section of Midland Avenue between N.W. Lawnridge Avenue and N.W. Washington Blvd. is closed due to the rupture of a 10-inch water main.
Onion Mountain Fire spreads to the north but no new evacuations have been issued
The Onion Mountain Fire has spread to the north and has consumed 3,680 acres 15 miles west of Grants Pass.
G.P. Police warn the public to be wary of counterfeit bills
The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety wants to warn the public to be on the lookout for counterfeit bills after an abundance of them appeared in the area.
Happy Camp Complex refuses to falter remaining at 55 percent containment
The Happy Camp Complex of Fires in California continues to refuse fire suppression efforts and it remains at 55 percent containment today.
The Grants Pass City Council votes on amending fee schedule for parking fines and permits
The Grants Pass City Council during their Wednesday meeting at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers are set to vote on amending the comprehensive fee schedule for parking fines and parking permits.
790 Fire reaches extinction
The 790 Fire burning in the Sky Lakes Wilderness 10 miles southeast of Prospect is now listed at 85 percent containment.
Signatures to recall County Commissioner Walker submitted to the County Clerk’s Office
William Hunker, Chief Petitioner for the Cherryl Walker Recall Committee, submitted 6,587 signatures to the Josephine County Clerk’s Office Monday in order to initiate the recall of County Commissioner Cherryl Walker.
Onion Mountain Fire upgraded to 3,000 acres due to burnout operations-UPDATE
The Onion Mountain Fire is estimated at 3,000 acres this morning but that increase is mostly due to burnout operations.
Onion Mountain Fire upgraded to 3,000 acres due to burnout operations
The Onion Mountain Fire is estimated at 3,000 acres this morning but that increase is due to burnout operations.
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