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UPDATE – More Evacuations Ordered in West Mullan Fire Near Superior [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Tuesday, July 16, 8:00 a.m.

Movement by the West Mullan Fire burning not far from Superior has caused more evacuations, according to fire information officer Pat McKelvey.

"There were some more evacuations ordered overnight in the West Mullan Road area," McKelvey said. "The fire burned down the slope towards those homes."

McKelvey said traffic is becoming a problem on I-90.

"Everybody wants to see the fire, see the helicopters working the area, and people are stopping on the side of the road  creating a traffic hazard," McKelvey said. "The Highway Patrol is being very aggressive in keeping people from stopping along the highway, so please don't do that."
Fire Information Officer Pat McKelvey

The fire is still at about 700 acres.

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Mustang Fire Causes Closures in Bitterroot Forest [AUDIO]

Mustang Fire Complex causing some closures in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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Wildfire East of Missoula Triples in Size

The Elevation fire in the Elk Creek area of the Garnet Mountains east of Missoula tripled in size yesterday.

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Mustang Coplex
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Mustang Fire Hit by Wind and Lightning, But No Rain

Tuesday's storm clouds brought rain to Missoula, but missed the areas of the region that need it most.

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Human Caused Fires Decline, but Fire Reports Double in Western Montana

August is traditionally the peak month for wildfires in western Montana and, so far, this year is already blazing hotter than last.

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Update – Butler Fire Burning Near Ch – Paa – Qn Peak [AUDIO]

Butler Fire burning not far from Ch-Paa-Qn Peak.

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Missoula County Fire Danger Increased to Very High [AUDIO]

Fire danger in Missoula County increased to VERY HIGH.

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Chrandal Creek Fire
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Update on Chrandal Creek Fire [AUDIO]

Chrandal Creek fire has cost over $4 million to fight so far.

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Forest Service Working on Two Small Fires

Forest Service working on two small fires near Missoula.

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Politician Runs Fire Area Roadblock

Politician runs fire area roadblock.

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