TALENT, Ore. —Community organizations coming together today at the Talent Community Commemorative Fair, to remember the Almeda and South Obenchain fires. The fires started burning 2 years ago on Thursday. Organizations like La Clinica, Red Cross, Talent Maker City, and ...

EAGLE POINT, Ore. – It’s not just the Almeda Fire that started two years ago. The South Obenchain Fire started on the same day. Kellie Battaglia, a resident of Eagle Point watched half of her neighborhood be destroyed by the ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —Almeda and South Obenchain Fire victims are getting more time to rebuild. The deadline to rebuild and replace their homes and items lost is being extended to September 30th of 2023. The Oregon Division of Financial Regulation says ...

EAGLE POINT, Ore. – Some Oregonians who lost their homes in the wildfires of 2020 are getting free houses. Adair Homes created the “Legacy Program” to help families impacted by the fires by giving them homes, free of charge. Three ...

SALEM, Ore. – How should the state help 2020 fire victims? That’s a question Oregon Housing and Community Services is asking, as it has over $400 million to distribute. OHCS is asking for public feedback about where to put $422 ...

TALENT, Ore. – A temporary resource fair and supply event for fire survivors will be available this weekend. Rogue Action Center and Rogue Climate are partnering with several organizations to host the pop-up Fire Relief Center on Saturday, March 19 ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Oregon Senior U.S. Senator Ron Wyden said rent for 2020 fire survivors who are living in FEMA temporary housing will not be due until May 1st. In February, FEMA sent letters to survivors of the 2020 ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —Almost a year and a half after the Almeda Fire, the clean-up is wrapping up. The Oregon Department of Transportation has been in charge of the statewide cleanup. It’s been 14 months since it began. An ODOT spokesperson ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Another Medford hotel has been converted into long-term housing with a focus on those displaced by the Almeda Fire. In late 2020, the Oregon Department of Human Services tried to provide shelter to fire survivors. The intent ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Millions of dollars are headed to Oregon to help cover the cost of housing people displaced by wildfires. On Thursday, U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley announced a $2.4 million federal grant from the Federal Emergency ...

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