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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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Washington Wildfire Burn Scars Turn Into Mudslides

Highway crews are trying to clear mud and debris that washed onto roadways when heavy rain fell on land scarred by wildfires in north central Washington.

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Western Montana Fire Explodes, Winds Push “Wall of Fire” to Over 1,000 Acres

The Seepay Creek Fire has been burning for over a month, but it took a very nasty turn during past 48 hours growing from about 700 acres on Tuesday, July 12 to over 1,000 acres by Thursday morning.

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Missoula Fire Department
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Late Friday Night Fire Damages Kemp Street Apartment [AUDIO]

A structure fire damaged an apartment complex on Kemp Street just before midnight on Friday.

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Eaton Street Home in Missoula Destroyed by Basement Fire

At 11:25 a.m. today, August 5, crews from the Missoula Fire Department responded to a house fire on Eaton Street where smoke was billowing from all sides of the property.

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Multi-Agency Fire Crews Attacking Blaze in Grant Creek Near Missoula

A fire started Monday afternoon on private land near Missoula in mixed grass and timber. The Colorado Gulch Fire has triggered response from the Montana Department of Natural Resources, local fire departments and the Forest Service. 

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Lolo National Forest Deals With Over 23 Fire Starts Over Weekend

The following updates were provided to KGVO News by Lolo National Forest spokesman Boyd Hartwig:

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Lost Horse Fire
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Lost Horse Fire up to 55 Acres, Burning in Rugged Terrain

The Lost Horse Fire in the Bitterroot is still burning and has grown to 55 acres.

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Wildfire in Deep Creek area west of Missoula

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According to Boyd Hartwig, of the Lolo National Forest, crews with two engines and two helicopter are battling new fire start about 5 miles due south of Frenchtown on private timber land in the Deep Creek area.

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Lakeside House Fire
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Firefighters Set Lakeside Home Ablaze, Watch it Burn [VIDEO]

Travelers to and from Flathead Lake saw a pillar of smoke rising not far from the Tamarack Brewery, but although a home was on fire, the situation wasn't as bad as many thought.

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