Wednesday, January 9 2013, 09:33 PM CST
Local business opens after fire
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com
GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Touch of Style Salon is up and running after a fire damaged the building the business is in on Saturday night.
Grants Pass police arrived at the building on H Street in old downtown Grants Pass shortly after 9 p.m. when an intrusion alarm motion sensor was set off by smoke.
Police arrived to find smoke coming from the building and immediately alerted local fire and rescue response teams.
Nine different engines and 50 firefighters from Jackson and Josephine Counties were on scene.
Touch of Style Salon was damaged by the fire, but is running once again.
The salon needed some elbow grease, new paint and an airing out.
Heating and cooling systems, electricity and phone lines were down throughout the building, but Touch of Style now has electricity.
The salon wants to thank everyone who helped them during the clean up.
"We have been bombarded by my clients calling, wanting to see if they can help. We really appreciate that and just want to let everybody know we're actually open and just need them to come in," says Touch of Style owner, Meloney Gallant.
Lock stock & Barrel Gun Shop remains closed due to structural damage.
A third business in the building, Tee Time Coffee Shop, was also involved in the fire, but has been unoccupied for a few months.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.