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As of 2:51 pm Wed, 9 Sept, 2020. Very little smoke down low but very thick overhead. Evac bag now in SUV. Checking on neighbors. All is OK right now except for everything going on right now. Will go to Jo Co Fairgrounds.
That is all.
Saw this, and by this I mean the actual fire, on the way in today. Looks like an evac notice for some folks. Article posted about an hour ago from the News-Review. Anyone in the area, stay safe.
Canyonville fire spreads, sheriff issues evacuation notice for some residents