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Sheep Herder Hill Fire

Sheep Herder Hill Fire
The Sheep Herder Hill Fire burned over 15,500 acres atop Casper Mountain last September. - Rich Denison, K2 Radio
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City Council Approves Grant Toward New Casper Mountain Fire Truck

Casper City Council approved a $140,000 matching grant request initiated by the Casper Mountain Fire District that fire officials say will go toward the purchase of a specialized fire truck.

The resolution was approved by a near-unanimous 8-1 margin at Casper City Council's Tuesday meeting

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Rich Denison, K2 Radio
Rich Denison, K2 Radio
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Sheep Herder Hill Fire Still Under Investigation

Natrona County fire investigators say they've yet to determine an exact cause of last summer's Sheep Herder Hill Fire.

The fire scorched 15,556 acres atop Casper Mountain between Sept. 9 and Sept. 16 of 2012.

Fire inspector Dave Baker say

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Crimson Dawn Park on Facebook
Crimson Dawn Park on Facebook
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Fire Spares Crimson Dawn Park, Vandals Don’t

Crimson Dawn Park on Casper Mountain suffered more from vandalism this summer than from fire damage.

Crimson Dawn Association President, Phil Pike, says he'd heard about the vandalism before heading up to check fire damage after the Sheep Herder Hill Fire

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Casper Mountain Rehab Focus of ROTC-BLM Public Lands Day

Areas of Casper Mountain burned in the Sheep Herder Hill Fire will get some rehabilitation this Saturday.

Bureau of Land Management Forester, Cindy Allen, says its a National Public Lands Day event and a joint effort with Natrona County High School ROTC and the public

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Sheep Herder Hill Fire Line on Casper Mountain
Rich Denison, K2 Radio News
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Cause of Sheep Herder Hill Fire Expected to be Announced Next Week

The investigation continues into the Sheep Herder Hill fire

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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All ‘Sheep Herder Hill’ Fire Evacuation Orders Lifted

All evacuations on Casper Mountain since the start of the Sheep Herder Hill fire have now been lifted. Officials with Natrona County Emergency Management say all land owners now have access to their property without escort

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Before and After
Pat Greiner
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‘On Seeing Our Burned Cabin’ – After the Sheep Herder Hill Fire [PHOTOS]

My husband Ron and I got the call on Thursday from authorities letting us know that our cabin was among the buildings that were destroyed in the Sheepherder Hill fire...

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Brian Weathers
Brian Weathers
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Property Owners Get Escort In To View Damage

The 36  cabin or home owners who lost properties in the Sheep Herder Hill Fire were told they'd have a chance to be escorted in briefly on Saturday.

"So folks that have destroyed structures can start looking at their places and start making a game plan as far as clean up and recovery

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Rich Denison, K2 Radio
Rich Denison, K2 Radio
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Wildfire Benefits Significant For Flora And Fauna

No significant dispersal of wildlife off of Casper Mountain have been documented due to the Sheepherder Hill Fire.

"Most of the wildlife that occupy Rocky Mountain ecosystems have evolved and can adapt to fire

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The Sheep Herder Hill Fire near Casper.  (Photo: Tom McCarthy, Townsquare Media)
The Sheep Herder Hill Fire near Casper. (Photo: Tom McCarthy, Townsquare Media)
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Many People Cooperating With Staying Out Of Fire Areas

Fire and emergency crews still have a number of areas closed to area residents and the public due to the Sheep Herder Hill fire near Casper.

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