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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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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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Missoula Smoke From Sawtooth Fire [AUDIO]

The Sawtooth Fire is responsible for the heavy pall of smoke hanging over the Missoula valley.

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Some Sawtooth Fire Evacuees Can Return Home [AUDIO]

Tom Heintz, the Incident Commander of the Northern Rockies Incident Management Team on the Sawtooth Fire fire has conferred with Ravalli County Sheriff Chris Hoffman concerning the re-entry into areas near this fire by the residents of the homes impacted by the area Stage 2 evacuation order.

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Wrong Message Sent in Bitterroot Evacuation [AUDIO]

Ravalli County Sheriff Chris Hoffman says the reverse 9-1-1 system employed by fire and sheriff's authorities sent out an incorrect message to hundreds of homes and cell phones regarding certain areas in which residents could return to their homes.

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Public Meeting in Hamilton to Discuss Fire [AUDIO]

Sawtooth Fire officials and members of the Ravalli County Sheriff's Department and the Red Cross will be at the Hamilton High School Performing Arts Center at 6 p.m. for a public meeting.

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Tuesday Morning Fire and Evacuation Update [AUDIO]

Evacuations went smoothly in Ravalli County on Monday.

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