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Officials Increase Fire Danger Back to ‘High” [AUDIO]

The Missoula County Fire Prevention Association has increased the fire danger level back to 'HIGH'.

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Lost Mine Loop Fire
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Lost Mine Loop Fire Nearly 100% Controlled [AUDIO]

Officials with the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation said on Tuesday, that the Lost Mine Loop fire on Upper Miller Creek Road would be 100% controlled by the end of the day.

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Update on Lost Mine Loop Fire in Upper Miller Creek [YouTube]

It was confirmed on Monday morning that the Lost Mine Loop fire burning in the Upper Miller Creek area was caused by the exhaust from a hot chain saw on private property early Sunday afternoon. 

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Photo courtesy of Justin Sullivan/ Getty Images
Photo courtesy of Justin Sullivan/ Getty Images
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2014 Fire Season Shaping up to be Far Less Costly Than Recent Years

A light fire season means some big savings for Montana’s fire suppression fund. The state expects to spend about 19 million dollars on fighting fires each year recently, but Montana State Forester with the DNRC Bob Harrington says we’ve only barely dipped into the fund so far this year.

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Fire Danger Improves to “High” For Western Montana [AUDIO]

Fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association  have moved the fire danger to “High” starting on Tuesday August 19.

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Thompson River Complex Mushrooms to Over 600 Acres [AUDIO]

The Thompson River Complex, four lightning-caused fires burning in very steep, rocky terrain, discovered Aug. 1, continues to be managed by an ICT 3 management team on the Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District on the west side of the Lolo National Forest.

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Petty Creek Fire
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Five Acre Wildfire Burning in Petty Creek Area [AUDIO] [VIDEO]

Personnel from Frenchtown Rural Fire, along with state and federal agencies are battling a five-acre blaze currently burning in the Petty Creek area west of Missoula.

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Governor Steve Bullock Touts Forests in Focus – Supports John Walsh [YouTube]

Governor Steve Bullock visited Milltown State Park on Friday to tout his "Forests in Focus" plan, but faced unavoidable questions from the press about the plagiarism charges against Senator John Walsh.

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Frenchtown Fire Department to Hold Open House to Prepare for Fire Season [AUDIO]

The 2013 fire season saw thousands of acres burned and many homes destroyed in western Montana. 

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Lolo Creek Fire
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Fire Danger Moved to ‘Low’ + Advice to Prepare for Next Fire Season [AUDIO]

With the recent cool, wet weather in Western Montana, the Missoula County Fire Protection Association announced Thursday, September 26, that fire danger has officially been dropped from 'marginal' to 'low.'

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