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DEAN HALL
Douglas fir trees dwarf a person in a unit of the Clean Slate timber sale area near Selma, one of the Pickett West Forest Project sales by the Bureau of Land Management that has been criticized by area environmental groups.

Two weeks ago the legal notice for public comment on a timber sale known as Clean Slate published, the latest stage of the larger, and controversial, Pickett West Forest Project.

The first timber sale under Pickett West, a companion to Clean Slate called Pickett Hog, was sold in September, while about 100 people protested outside the Grants Pass Interagency Office. Another dozen protested the protest. Read More »

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INSPIRATIONAL: Michael Zeligs and Sophia Ocean, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jackson Wellsprings, 2253 Highway 99 N., Ashland, $10; 541-482-3776.

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