• 0
  • 2 min to read

The human impacts of the Archie Creek Fire are staggering — 109 homes lost, more structures damaged and extensive displacement of community members. Some lost everything; everyone lost something. While local governments and community organizations continue to provide relief to these individu…

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • 1
  • 1 min to read

Fire is a natural part of our ecosystem, but it doesn’t make living in and around it any easier. The Archie Creek wildfire that is burning in the Glide area has displaced so many families in our community and scorched a landscape many hold so dear.

  • 0
  • 2 min to read

When thousands of Paradise, California, residents were displaced by the Camp Fire in 2018, many made Douglas County their home. As evacuees began seeking counseling, local counselor Alison Hinson began searching for resources to teach children how to cope with the emotions that follow such a…

  • 0
  • 1 min to read

GLIDE — As the Archie Creek Fire pushed its way closer, 138 Grill owner Christina Hill raced to her restaurant to gather important documents in the event of a worst-case scenario.

  • 0
  • 1 min to read

8:20 p.m. update: The Douglas Colunty Sheriff's Office is re-issuing a Level 3 "GO!" evacuation notice for residents on Little River Road between New Bridge Road and the end of Little River Road, including all side roads between these two points.

  • 1
  • 1 min to read

Crews battling the Archie Creek Fire will be focusing their efforts Monday on the southern flank in the Little River Road area and on the fire's northeast flank near Canton Creek in the Rock Creek drainage, as well as the Panther Creek area east of Steamboat.

breaking
  • 1
  • 1 min to read

At least 109 residences in Idleyld Park and Glide have been destroyed because of the Archie Creek Fire, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

  • 0
  • 2 min to read

They lined up single file — cars, trucks, SUVs, a U-haul trailer and all other manner of vehicle — in the parking lot of the vacant Kmart in Roseburg on Saturday to bring items for those who had been displaced by the wildfires.