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The Bootleg Fire came amid record wildfires and temperatures across the West.
The Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon nearly doubled in size from Saturday to Sunday to more than 150,000 acres as extreme heatwaves and wildfires continued to scorch the West and continue to burn actively on the Fremont-Winema National Forest, approximately 11 miles northeast of the town of Sprague River.
The Jack fire east of Roseburg was burning about 14 square miles. U.S. Forest Service campgrounds were also under mandatory evacuations, including Apple Creek, Horseshoe Bend and Eagle Rock.
A Level 3 “go now” evacuation order for north of Beatty, Oregon, was expanded to include the Sycan Estates Area, where officials ordered people to leave immediately because of imminent dangers from the wildfire.
An interactive map showing evacuation areas and the fire perimeter from the overnight IR flight is available at
Wildfire Damage Housing Relief
State/Federal Help Still Available for Oregon Wildfire Survivors
Salvation Army of Cascade
Unprecedented and dangerous heat will continue to build across the Pacific Northwest for several days, where high temperatures will climb into the triple digits. An excessive heat warning remains in effect until 11.00 PM PST this evening. Dangerously hot temperatures of 95 to 115 expected. Extreme heat will significantly increase the potential for heat-related illnesses, particularly for those working or participating in outdoor activities. This link will provide information on readiness for heat-related emergencies and evacuation planning: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/ph/preparedness/prepare/pages/prepareforextremeheat.aspx
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In partnership with the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Human Services, the Oregon Health Plan Care Coordination (OHPCC) program strives to make the health and health care of Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) members better.
We do this by giving qualified, fee-for-service OHP members medical care management, and a 24-hour Nurse Advice Line.
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Effective July 1, 2020, Comagine is the Oregon state Independent and Qualified Agent (IQA) and any 1915i questions should be directed to Comagine Health.