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Gold Pan Fire
The Gold Pan Fire smoke plume from Hells Half Acre Lookout. (USFS Photo)
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Gold Pan Fire Moves Closer to Magruder Road in Wilderness

The Gold Pan wilderness fire is now over 3,000 acres in size and is only a quarter mile from the Magruder Corridor road between the Frank Church and the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness areas.

Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest said the lightning-caused fire in the West Fork Ranger District has grown on the southwest corner and on the east side in lower Gold Pan Creek and Landon Gulch

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Missoula County Sees Rising Fire Danger Levels, Stage One Fire Restrictions Coming Soon

Fire danger in Missoula County is rising again this week.

Missoula area fire restriction coordinator Chris Johnson says the eastern section of the Lolo national forest located in Missoula county has jumped to "very high" as of Monday, July 22

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Cedar grove
A grove of cedar trees up Roaring Lion. (Fullerton Photo)
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Took Ridge Fire is Contained – Bitterroot National Forest Fire Danger is HIGH

Fire danger on the Bitterroot National Forest has moved from Moderate to High, as of Thursday, July 11.

Lightning caused the Took Ridge Fire at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday July 9 near the Lookout Mountain lookout, north of Painted Rocks Lake up the West Fork

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Fire Danger Raised to High for Missoula County

Fire managers from throughout Missoula county met on Monday, July 8 and raised the county's fire danger level.

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Moe fire in the Bitteerroot-Selway (Photo courtesy USFS)
Moe fire in the Bitteerroot-Selway (Photo courtesy USFS)
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The Latest Info on Fire Restrictions

Fire Managers are lifting Stage 1 restrictions today in the Missoula area.

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photo courtesy of iStockphoto/thinkstock.com
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Missoula County Fire Danger Increased to Very High [AUDIO]

"Very High" danger in forests, too.

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salmon fire
Smoke from forest fires on the Salmon-Challis National Forest last August. (USFS Photo)
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Dry Conditions Increase Forest Fire Danger

Very dry, very warm in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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Extreme Fire Danger Hits Western Montana [AUDIO]

In response to the continuing hot, dry weather conditions throughout Missoula, the Fire Protection Association raised the fire danger to EXTREME in all areas of the county today.This marks a move from VERY HIGH and is a measure of how dynamic Montana’s fire conditions are during the summer

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