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Bitterroot National Forest Campground
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Two Small Fires Sparked in Bitterroot National Forest – Ravalli County Remains Under ‘Moderate’ Fire Danger

Two small fires sparked recently in the Bitterroot National Forest. Todd McKay said thankfully, crews caught both fires early and remain relatively small in size.

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photo by Bruce Martinek
Observation Fire
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Drenching Rains Speed End to Observation Point Fire

First major fire in western Montana is being drowned with a drenching rain.

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Wildfire Forces Evacuation Of Thousands In Carlsbad, California
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Property Owners of Damaged or Destroyed Homes, Land May Be Eligible For Tax Relief

Wildfire season is here and the Montana Department of Revenue is encouraging folks whose property is damaged by fires, or other natural disasters, to apply for property tax relief.

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Wildfire smoke
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Experts Predict Normal Air Quality Levels This Fire Season

Fire season is around the corner, and that means air quality concerns for western Montana.

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photo by Peter Christian
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Frenchtown Crews Respond to Early Morning Wildfire – State Headlines

Frenchtown Fire and DNRC crews responded to an early morning wildfire reported off I-90 just west of Missoula.

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Smokey Sky
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Smoke From Massive Wildfire in Canada Blows Into Montana

Smoke from the massive wildfire that's burning in Fort McMurray, Alberta, has blown south and is now affecting air quality in Montana.

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Relocation of Wildfire Aircraft Draws Criticism

The U.S. Air Force is being criticized for a decision to relocate military air tanker equipment used to fight wildfires to Nevada instead of Montana.

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photo by Mel Holloway
Lost Horse Fire
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Prescribed Burns Planned for April on Area National Forests

Plumes of smoke can be seen throughout the national forests throughout the spring, as officials use fire as a tool to protect habitat and forestall greater danger during the upcoming fire season.

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‘Moderate’ Fire Danger Announced for Missoula County – Outdoor Burning Permits Issued

Rain and recent cooler temps have resulted in an open burning issuance and 'moderate' fire danger listings in Missoula County.

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Wildfire North Of Los Angeles Burns Structures
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Montana Wildfire Fund Grows to $86.5 Million

So far this fire season, the state has spent about $10.5 million to fight wildfires.

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