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The Coos Bay Fire Department rescued the residents of a rural home that was destroyed by a fire Friday night.
Many area hotels are likely nearing capacity as they juggle evacuees and families helping their students move into the dorms.
Officials reported 185 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases Sunday, with five new deaths.
Some evacuation levels in Linn County were downgraded Sunday morning.
Officials reported that the Archie Creek Fire had grown to 121,379 acres with 10 percent containment Sunday morning.
On Saturday evening, Lane County lowered evacuation levels around Thurston and in some parts of the Mohawk Valley.
Here's what to know.
Officials gave members of the media a first look at the damage that the Holiday Farm Fire has caused along the McKenzie River and Highway 126 on Thursday.
Lane Electric customers will not have power into Tuesday night, while EWEB customers in the Thurston and Walterville areas will not have their power restored for now due to the Holiday Farms Fire.
Lane County Public Health announced that it had identified a workplace cluster at the Summit Bank on East Broadway in Eugene Tuesday.
Data is updated nightly.