Cheers erupted at a meeting in rural Oregon when a sheriff said it was time for the group occupying the wildlife refuge to “pick up and go home.”
Cheers erupted at a meeting in rural Oregon when a sheriff said it was time for the group occupying the wildlife refuge to “pick up and go home.” Rick Bowmer The Associated Press
Cheers erupted at a meeting in rural Oregon when a sheriff said it was time for the group occupying the wildlife refuge to “pick up and go home.” Rick Bowmer The Associated Press

Rural Californians sympathize with protesters’ goals in Oregon standoff

January 09, 2016 04:01 PM

UPDATED January 11, 2016 11:58 AM

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  • See what firefighters are up against in battling the Thomas Fire

    The Thomas fire had reached 237,500 acres and was 25 percent contained as of Wednesday morning, according to Cal Fire. Cal Fire, Ventura County Fire Department, U.S. Forest Service - Los Padres National Forest and Ventura City Fire are all involved in the fire fight.