DAYS CREEK — Firefighters expected to complete trails this afternoon around a 125-acre fire burning on Bland Mountain, the scene of two of the most destructive fires ever in Douglas County. About 90 firefighters remained this morning on the fire, burning seven miles east of Canyonville. The fire broke out at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday along the Tiller Trail Highway in the 1300 block, between Days Creek and Milo. The fire was apparently human caused. Douglas Forest Protective Association spokesman Kyle Reed said the source was under investigation. Fire officials named the blaze Bland Mountain Fire, the same name given …
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