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Maligned Sisters Spa Owner Seeks Restitution

The owner of the spa in Sisters accused of touching a customer inappropriately during a consensual massage says he’s taking legal action now that the DA has cleared him following an extensive investigation.  Deschutes County DA John Hummel says he decided not to file criminal charges against Michael Boyle - who owns Hop in the Spa - because the state couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he had touched his primary accuser on a part of her body that would have constituted a crime.  Boyle says he has no idea who lodged the complaint but says the accusation has destroyed his reputation – and he now plans to get restitution.


Some Reopenings in Phil's Trail Area

Some of the recreation trails and roads in the Phil’s Trail area west of Bend have reopened following a temporary closure due to logging in the area.  Fire precautions being taken by the Deschutes National Forest have put all commercial timber operations on hold, which has allowed the reopenings.  Timber operations will be allowed to continue hauling logs on the roads until the end of the month, but still won’t be falling any trees.


Rabid Bat Found in Bend

A dead bat found in southeast Bend has tested positive for rabies.  Deschutes County Health says pet owners should make sure their dogs and cats are up to date on their rabies vaccines.  If they get bitten, contact the county’s Environmental Health department.  Rabies affects the central nervous system and exposure is most often through a bite from a rabid animal.


Bootleg Fire Caused by Lightning

The Swamp Wells Trail Fire near Boyd Cave 9 miles outside of Bend is now 30% contained after charring 64 acres.

 

The Grandview fire also burning on forestry land is virtually unchanged in size from yest - more than 6 thousand acres strong  - now 84 percent contained and the closures around the area have been lifted.

 

The Darlene Fire near La Pine is almost fully contained after consuming almost 700 acres.

 

The enormous Bootleg Fire northeast of Klamath County - caused by lightning - has grown to almost 400 thousand acres as thousands of firefighters from around the country continue to fight it … its 32 percent contained.


Bootleg Fire Among Biggest in State History

SWAMP WELLS TRAIL FIRE – ONE MILE SOUTH OF BOYD CAVE AND 9 MILES SOUTH OF BEND – 64 ACRES CHARRED, 30 PER CENT CONTAINED

 

DARLENE FIRE – OUTSIDE OF LA PINE – BURNED ALMOST 700 ACRES, 90 PERCENT CONTAINED

 

GRANDVIEW FIRE NORTHEAST OF SISTERS – 32 ACRES GONE – 72 PERCENT CONTAINED

 

BOOTLEG FIRE IN SOUTHERN OREGON – STILL GROWING - LARGER THAN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES AND TWICE THE SIZE OF NEW YORK CITY – UP TO 388 THOUSAND ACRES WITH 30 PERCENT CONTAINMENT, AND STILL POSING A MAJOR THREAT, FORCING THOUSANDS OF RESIDENTS TO EVACUATE ALREADY


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