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selway mudslide
The rocks, trees and mud overwhelmed the road. (Stephen Hardin Photo)
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Mudslide Closes Selway Road

The Magruder Corridor is open four hours a day, but the nearby Selway Road is blocked by a mudslide.

According to Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest, work will begin late this week to clear 60 feet of mud, trees and rocks that slid down a hillside and across the road Thursday August 29

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A sign along the Magruder Corridor. (USFS Photo)
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Magruder Road is Open for Four Hours a Day

The Magruder Road Corridor between Montana's Nez Perce Pass and Elk City, Idaho, has re-opened to the public between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily, according to a new release from the Gold Pan Complex firefighters

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Clearing snags at Gold Pan Fire
Clearing snags from the roadway at the Gold Pan Complex. (USFS Photo)
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Gold Pan Complex of Forest Fires Continues Slow Growth

The Gold Pan Complex of fires in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness is an estimated 35,000 acres in size, with the two major fires being the Gold Pan at 34,000 and Nez Peak at about 1,000 acres

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Gold Pan map detail August 22
The Nez Peak Fire of the Gold Pan Complex has come into the Blue Joint drainage. This map is from August 22. (USFS map)
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Gold Pan Complex Forest Fire Invades Montana

The Gold Pan Complex of fires includes the Gold Pan fire, the Thirteen fire, the Goat fire and the Nez Peak fire.

The Gold Pan Complex has burned down into the upper Blue Joint drainage in Montana in the West Fork Ranger District of the Bitterroot National Forest (see photo)

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Craig Glazier speaks at the Friday public meeting on the Gold Pan Complex. (Tod McKay Photo)
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Gold Pan Fire is Still in the Wilderness, but Larger – August 19 Update

After some wind and continued hot temperatures this weekend, the Gold Pan Complex of forest fires is now listed at about 27,034 acres in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.

The Northern Rockies Type 1 team, led by Doug Turman, assumed command Monday

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A satellite view of a smoke plume Friday afternoon, August 16. (NCAR/NOAA/GOES)
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Wind Blows Smoke into Bitterroot Valley

As predicted, forest fire smoke is being brought to the valley by afternoon winds.

Friday afternoon, the south end of the Bitterroot Valley was invaded by a huge volume of smoke from wilderness forest fires, including the Gold Pan Complex

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The Nez Peak Fire August 14. (USFS Photo)
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Nez Perce Peak Forest Fire Added to the Gold Pan Complex

The Gold Pan forest fire Complex in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness now consists of four named fires - Gold Pan, Goat, Thirteen and Nez Peak. All together, the fires have burned over 18,000 acres on the West Fork Ranger District of the Bitterroot National Forest

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The Moon. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot Moon Walk is the Bark Beetle Moon Saturday

The Saturday, August 17, Bitterroot National Forest Moon Walk will be the Bark Beetle Moon.

The presentation on the Mountain Pine Beetle will start about 7 p.m. at Willoughby Environmental Education Area south of Stevensville

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burned trees uprooted by microburst
Along the Magruder Road, burned trees were uprooted by thunderstorm microbursts Friday. (USFS Photo)
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Friday Storm Snaps Trees – Humans Leave Campfires Burning

The Friday thunderstorms, which stretched from Lost Trail Pass to the Canadian border, caused power outages, fallen trees and broken branches throughout the Bitterroot Valley. Over 10,000 cloud-to-ground lightning strikes were counted by satellite

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Pony Forest Fire
Pony Complex forest fire is sending smoke to the Bitterroot Valley. (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Valley Forest Fire Smoke Coming from Boise Area

Forest fire smoke in the Bitterroot Valley is not coming from any fires on the Bitterroot National Forest. Instead, the forests southeast of Boise are full of fire and winds have brought heavy smoke into our area

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