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Last Update Tuesday, August 14th, 2018
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As the Klondike Fire continued to grow over the weekend, firefighters conducted a burnout Sunday on a hillside near Squaw Creek, only 2 miles west of the intersection of Redwood Highway and Illinois River Road in Selma.

After making a big move over the weekend, the Klondike and Taylor Creek fires burning west of Grants Pass were somewhat less active on Monday when inversion capped the fires.

Still, the fires have surpassed 100,000 acres and together have cost $34.4 million to fight since they began on July 15 after widespread lightning. Read More »

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The mountains circling Grants Pass can feel like old friends that we see every day. But how much do you know about them? Ever wonder what those mountains are called, and why? The Daily Courier has compiled names and their origins, along with other information, for most of them within sight in an interactive project. Click here to take a look at our mountains

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