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Salem-News.com (Jun-22-2014 22:00)

Firefighters Quickly Extinguish Salem Wildfire

Video by Salem-News.com's Jerry Freeman.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Salem Grass Fire Firefighters from Marion County Fire District No.1 along with crews from the Salem Fire Department and Aumsville Fire Department worked quickly to extinguish a wildfire Sunday afternoon in Salem.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-09-2014 05:25)

Hundreds Forced From Their Homes, Thousands on Alert, as Bend Wildfire Grows

The fire is now 6,400 acres and remains uncontained with no estimate of containment at this time.

(BEND, Ore. ) - Firefighters again today will be tackling hot temperatures and strong winds as they battle and try and get the upper hand on the Two Bulls fire west of Bend.

Fire crews focused heavily on the eastern and southern portions of the fire on Sunday. A Oregon Department of Forestry spokesman says good progress was made and night shift crews will continue to secure that area Sunday night. Aerial water and retardant drops on Sunday helped fire crews dig preliminary containment lines.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-08-2014 05:50)

Oregon Fires Crews Battling Two Fast Moving Wildfires Near Bend

The fire's have grown to over 6,100 acres overnight and some 2,000 homes are now threatened. The fire is zero percent contained.

(BEND, Ore. ) - Two fast moving forest fires which are burning over 300 acres north of Bend, caused homes to be evacuated as firefighters came in to fight the blazes.

The Oregon Department of Forestry says the Two Bulls Fire was called in by a lookout around 12:48 p.m. on Saturday. They were burning in open land around ten miles northwest of Bend.

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