GLENDALE — Glendale resident Brandi Wytcherley was a little lightheaded Tuesday afternoon while walking through her backyard and seeing flames. Smoke hung thick in the air as Wytcherley, 34, followed firefighters to her property lined with fir trees and surrounded by fire. “We’re trying to save our area, holding everything down and fighting what we can,” she said. Wytcherley and her husband, Chris Wytcherley, are among the Southern Oregon residents directly affected by the 35,140 acres now on fire in Douglas and Josephine counties. The largest cluster of fires, the Douglas Complex, was burning 25,396 acres today seven miles north …
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