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Chrandal Fire

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The progression map for the Chrandal Creek Forest Fire. (USFS)
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Chrandal Fire (and Others) Update – Tuesday July 31

More lightning-caused fires are expected.

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A portion of area burned by the Chrandal Creek fire, viewed from the air last week. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Sunday July 29 Update

Containment expected in a week.

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Smoke from the Chrandal Creek forest Fire this week. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Friday July 27 Update

The progress around the fire is steady from the hotshot crews.

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Smoke during an inversion around the Chrandal Creek Fire. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Thursday July 26 Update

Wednesday was smoky in the south end of the valley.

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A smoke column from the Chrandal Fire July 24. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Fire – Wednesday July 25 Update

More smoke coming from the fire.

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Firefighters starting the day at the Chrandal Creek forest fire. (Teri Miller Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Tuesday, July 24 Update

On their way to the fire lines.

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Chrandal Creek fireline this weekend. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Monday July 23 Update

The number of people on the firelines has increased at the Chrandal Creek forest fire in the south end of the Bitterroot National Forest.

Officials report more 20-person hotshot crews are on the line and the total number of people assigned to the 2,200 acre fire is above 418

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Firefighters at the Chrandal Creek Fire. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Creek Fire – Sunday July 22 Update

By Sunday morning, the Chrandal Creek forest fire had burned 2,130 acres on the Bitterroot National Forest and 70 acres on the Challis-Salmon National Forest for a total of 2,200 acres.

However, during Sunday, the humidity dropped and the temperature soared, causing increased burning and, of course, more smoke

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Beyond this firefighter you can see the beetle-killed forest in the Chrandal Creek Fire area. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Fire – Friday July 20 Update

Thursday was another good day.

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In that forest scene is a feller-buncher, which helps remove trees to build fireline around the Chrandal Fire. (USFS Photo)
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Chrandal Fire – Thursday July 19 Update

Weather changes may cause more smoke.

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