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Duane Short, Biodiversity Conservation Alliance
Duane Short, Biodiversity Conservation Alliance
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Human Cause Sited For Squirrel Creek Fire

 

Investigators on the Squirrel Creek Fire say they've determined it was human caused.

"One thing people should understand is, 75 percent of the fires, at least, are human caused. And we just ask people to be very careful. Its

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Rain Helps Fight Against Wyoming Fires

NEWCASTLE, Wyo. (AP) — Rain has helped crews battling some wildfires in Wyoming, including a 16-square-mile Squirrel Creek Fire about 30 miles southwest of Laramie.

The residents of about 15 homes were evacuated Wednesday evening because the fire grew to the southeast in beetle-killed timber

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Highlands Fire Contained In Northeast Wyoming, Southwestern South Dakota

 

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Fire crews have fully contained the Highlands Fire burning in southwest South Dakota and northeast Wyoming, and made progress on the White Draw Fire in South Dakota's Black Hills.

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Newcastle Facebook
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Newcastle Oil Creek Fire, Neighbors Helping Neighbors

 

North of Newcastle the Oil Creek Fire has burned over 58,000 acres with about 40 percent containment. Those numbers were reported late Wednesday.

Incident Information Officer, Mary Bean says area evacuations have been lowered to level one and so far only one structure, a barn, has been destroyed. She

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Fire Watch Roundup

 

The Arapaho fire northwest of Wheatland, as of late Wednesday had burned over 93,000 acres with 25 percent containment.

Burnout operations on the SW corner of the fire were successful. Fire officials say s

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U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest Service
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New Evacuation Orders for Albany County, Squirrel Creek Fire Grows

The Squirrel Creek Fire has prompted more evacuations in Albany County.

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Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
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Fires Continue To Grow In Wyoming

Hundreds have been evacuated as wildfires scorch Wyoming

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Arapaho Fire Update – Tuesday July 3rd

 

Heat exhaustion, smoke and poor visibility, narrow dirt roads and animals on those road are all safety concerns facing firefighters working the Arapaho fire northwest of Wheatland. That fire has grown to about 88,000 acres.

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Lyn Smith, County 10 News
Lyn Smith, County 10 News
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Large Fire Near Dubois

A large smoke plume from a fire in Bridger-Teton National Forest can be seen from Dubois

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U.S. Forest Service Photo
U.S. Forest Service Photo
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More Evacuations As Wyoming Wildfires Grow

Wildfires force more people from their homes

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