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Interagency Fire Center in Missoula Answers Questions From National Press About Arizona Wildfire Disaster [AUDIO]

19 hotshot firefighters lost their lives on Sunday after being trapped in a raging wildfire near Yarnell, Arizona, located northwest of Phoenix. The crew was caught as the fire quickly changed direction and they were forced to deploy their portable fire shelters, but perished in the flames.

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Prescribed Burns Planned for Bitterroot National Forest Starting Tuesday [AUDIO]

Warmer weather is allowing the Bitterroot National Forest to continue it's spring prescribed burning program.

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Jet Tanker
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Missoula’s Neptune Aviation Prepared For Forest Service Contracts [AUDIO]

Neptune Aviation expecting Forest Service contracts

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Montana’s Fire Season Draws to a Close [AUDIO]

Montana’s fire season will officially end at midnight tonight.

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Map courtesy Missoula City/County Health Dep't.
Map courtesy Missoula City/County Health Dep't.
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Another Smoky Day

Smoke continues to move into Western Montana from Idaho fires.

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Fire Season Extendend Indefinitely

Typically, Montana's wildfire season would officially end on September 30, but a new proclamation from Montana DNRC Director Mary Sexton and Forestry Division Administrator Bob Harrington will extend Montana’s fire season indefinitely.

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Missoula Air Quality Unhealthy [AUDIO]

As anyone who has spent any time outside on Monday, it's immediately apparent that wildfire smoke is especially bad in the Missoula valley.

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Missoula Big Sky Varsity Football Game Cancelled [AUDIO]

Big Sky High School-CM Russell sophomore and varsity football games cancelled due to smoke.

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Missoula Air Quality Unhealthy for Saturday [AUDIO]

The Missoula City County Health Department's website says when visibility gets down to 1.3 miles because of wildfire smoke, the air quality rating moves to 'hazardous'. At 5 a.m., The National Weather Service rated visibility at 3 miles.

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smoky sky
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Smoke Causes Some Friday Game Cancellations [AUDIO]

Due to the current poor air quality conditions in the Missoula valley, the following athletic games have been cancelled

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