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DILLARD — A two-alarm fire at the Roseburg Forest Products plant in Dillard just before 10:30 Thursday morning brought firefighters from five different departments, but they were able to get to the blaze before any major damage was done.

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Single-engine air tankers fill with fire retardant Friday at the Roseburg Regional Airport — before departing for the Horse Prairie fire. According to information provided by Douglas Forest Protective Association spokesman Kyle Reed, the two planes combined for a total of 25 loads Thursday, …

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A fire that allegedly started in a transient camp near Reservoir Hill in Roseburg was extinguished Monday afternoon before the blaze was able to spread rapidly through the surrounding fields of dry grass, according to fire officials.

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A forest fire northeast of Glide is reported to be about 80 percent contained as of Tuesday evening, according to the Douglas Forest Protective Association.

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Three dogs are safe after Roseburg firefighters responded to what they say was an accidental kitchen fire in Roseburg on Tuesday afternoon. One of them, a boxer mix named Rigby, needed much more convincing from neighbors and paramedics that everything would be OK.

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Douglas Forest Protective Association responded to a fire near Honey Creek, about 9 miles northeast of Glide, late Friday night. That fire was one of a handful that flared up Friday.

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Firefighters worked to extinguish a fire at the Sutherlin Business Park commercial complex early Friday morning after a passing motorist saw smoke coming from the area.

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Five Roseburg residents and several pets lost their home Monday morning to a blazing fire that caused approximately $75,000 in damage, according to the Roseburg Fire Department. One dog was killed in the fire.