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Carlton Complex Fire now 250,136 acres; 2,500+ firefighters on scene Video included

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UPDATE: The Carlton Complex is now the largest wild land fire ever to burn in the State of Washington. The perimeter of this fire is more than 100 miles long. The total acreage burned is 250,136 acres (391 square miles). A total of 2,542 firefighters and support personnel are assigned to the incident. The fire is 16% contained. More>>

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Watermelon Hill fire 80% contained Video included

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UPDATE: The Watermelon Hill fire remains 80% contained. Fish Trap resort evacuations have been lowered to advisory level according to the WA Department of Natural Resources. The fire has been reduced to 10,518 acres. This fire is burning 7 miles SW of Cheney, WA and started on July 19th. 
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INCREDIBLE drone video shows fire destruction over Pateros/Brewster

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KHQ.COM - Chelan HD Productions has given us permission to show this incredible video they shot with a drone surveying the damage done from the Carlton Complex Fire in the areas of Brewster and Pateros. This video is truly jaw dropping and really shows the level of destruction from the fire. More>>

Walsh Pushing to Bring Wildfire Funding Bill to a Vote

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With just under three weeks of working days from now until the November election, Montana Senator John Walsh is working to bring a bill to a vote that could have a major impact on Montana's wild land and safety.
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MTNG Choppers Head to Washington Video included

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Early this morning two helicopters and 17 soldiers from the Montana Army National Guard headed to Washington to help battle massive wildfires. More>>

Smoke From Neighboring States Slows Montana Fires

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Crews get a handle on wildfires burning it Montana. More>>

Nine-Mile Wildfire Video included

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A wildfire has started north of Stark Mountain Lookout in the Nine-Mile area outside of Missoula. The fire is currently 1-2 acres.
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Three Wildfires Hit Western Montana

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High winds and hot temperatures fuel three wildfires in western Montana. More>>

Fire Sparks Near Darby

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The Bitterroot Interagency Dispatch Center says two helicopters and 19 people are on scene of a fire southwest of Darby. The fire is burning in the wilderness and is not threatening any structures. They suspect lightning started the fire that had scorched about two acres by 5 p.m. More>>

High Fire Danger In Bitterroot National Forest Video included

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Due to extremely hot and dry weather, U.S. Forest Service officials move fire danger in the Bitterroot National Forest from Moderate to High. More>>

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  • Nine-Mile Wildfire

    Nine-Mile Wildfire

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:20 PM EDT2014-07-18 16:20:19 GMT
    A wildfire has started north of Stark Mountain Lookout in the Nine-Mile area outside of Missoula. The fire is currently 1-2 acres.
    A wildfire has started north of Stark Mountain Lookout in the Nine-Mile area outside of Missoula. The fire is currently 1-2 acres.
  • Three Wildfires Hit Western Montana

    Three Wildfires Hit Western Montana

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:12 AM EDT2014-07-18 04:12:12 GMT
    High winds and hot temperatures fuel three wildfires in western Montana.
    High winds and hot temperatures fuel three wildfires in western Montana.
  • Fire Sparks Near Darby

    Fire Sparks Near Darby

    Thursday, July 17 2014 7:32 PM EDT2014-07-17 23:32:23 GMT
    The Bitterroot Interagency Dispatch Center says two helicopters and 19 people are on scene of a fire southwest of Darby. The fire is burning in the wilderness and is not threatening any structures. They suspect lightning started the fire that had scorched about two acres by 5 p.m.
    The Bitterroot Interagency Dispatch Center says two helicopters and 19 people are on scene of a fire southwest of Darby. The fire is burning in the wilderness and is not threatening any structures. They suspect lightning started the fire that had scorched about two acres by 5 p.m.
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