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Skalkaho Pass Remains Closed Due To Fire [AUDIO]

The 41 complex of fires grew by about 800 acres Tuesday, and Skalkaho Pass on Highway 36 remains closed because of fires burning on both sides of the highway. I spoke with Bitterroot National Forest Information Officer Todd McKay late Tuesday afternoon. That interview is attached.

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Saddle Fire Complex Moves Farther Into Montana

The Saddle Fire Complex burning over the borders of Idaho and Montana has increased in size over the weekend, although officials are pleased that weather conditions have been in their favor. Fire Information Officer Jesse Bender says more equipment and personnel are working the Montana side of the fire, to keep it from spreading further into the West Fork Drainage of the Bitterroot National Forest. That interview is attached.

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Six New Wildfires In The Bitterroot National Forest

Firefighters are on the scene  to six new lightning caused wildfires on the Bitterroot National Forest.  All of the fires started last night and are burning in the West Fork Ranger District.  The Lavene Fire is approximately two acres and is burning actively in timber just north of the Boulder Point Lookout, approximately one mile from the Trapper Peak Trailhead.  Some group torching has been reported. Nine smokejumpers from Missoula are currently working to contain the fire and additional

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Lightning Caused Fires Break Out In Bitterroot Forest

Last Thursday night’s lightning storms sparked at least three new wildfires in the Bitterroot National Forest. Public Information officer Todd McKay has details of the fires and their locations. My interview with McKay is attached.

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Bitterroot National Forest Ready for the 4th Of July

With the 4th of July weekend right around the corner, the Bitterroot National Forest is a great place to get away from the noise of fireworks and enjoy your holiday.  A few considerations will help ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment, according to Public Affairs Director Todd McKay. His comments are attached.

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Herbicide Spraying Planned For Darby and Sula Ranger Districts

Officials with the U.S. Forest Service say aerial herbicide spraying in the Bitterroot National Forest will take place for two or three days in a time period between Monday and July 8.

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