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June 27 Map of the Corral Fire perimeter on edge of Helena. (USFS)
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Montana Forest Fires – Thursday June 28

The weather is being watched closely.

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Smoke from the Pony Fire. (Arlee Staley, USFS)
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Montana Forest Fires – Wednesday Morning June 27

Major fires are fed by the wind.

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Photo by Mike McConnell
Photo by Mike McConnell
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Ravalli County Fire Vehicles Racing to Aid Helena Firefighters [AUDIO]

Six Hamilton Fire Department vehicles are racing down Interstate 90 on their way to Helena to provide relief for exhausted firefighters in the Capitol city who have been battling a fire in the hills outside the Helena Valley non-stop for over 24 hours. Hamilton Fire Chief Brad Mohn says his department has a mutual aid agreement with the Helena Fire Department, and the six vehicles with 12 firefighters will be on duty from 7 pm tonight until 7 am tomorrow morning. The vehicles were forced to use lights and sirens to get through Missoula traffic on their way east to Helena

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Plume from the Pony Fire. (USFS Photo)
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Montana Forest Fires Continue to Grow (Update)

New fires reported daily in Montana.

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The Antelope Fire on June 23. (KSmith Photo)
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Forest Fire Erupts North of Whitehall

Day One of the Antelope Lane Fire.

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An air tanker dropping retardant. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Forest Service Says “Let ‘Em Fly!”

More airtankers join the forest fire battles.

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Up Top Fire on Sunday afternoon. (KLYQ Photo)
Up Top Fire on Sunday afternoon. (KLYQ Photo)
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Last gasp from the Up Top Fire? – Oct 3

The unseasonably warm weather and wind this weekend caused the Up Top Fire in the 41 Complex of forest fires to spread to the north and east about 500 acres, according to Information Officer Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest

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Earlier smoke photo from Up Top Fire (USFS Photo)
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When You Blow On A Fire … — Sept 26

Wind gusts up to 25 miles per hour pushed the Up Top forest fire another 1,100 acres this weekend. So far, the fire has burned about 11,000 acres in the Bitterroot National Forest and currently is moving toward the east, spotting over into the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest northeast of Dam Lake

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Skalkaho Falls, last week. (USFS Photo)
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As Expected, Flames Come Back – Sept 24

The Up Top Fire in the 41 Complex of forest fires 8 miles east of Hamilton has begun to "boil" again, with temperatures back into the 80s in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, according to Bitterroot National Forest information officer Tod McKay

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Horse Creek Hot Springs was caught in the Saddle Complex forest fire. The bathhouse is one of the structures saved. (USFS Photo).
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Fires Could Grow Again – Sept 19

Forest officials expect more smoke from the 41 Complex forest fire later this week, as another few days of 80-degree temperatures are predicted for the Bitterroot Valley. The valley air has been much easier to breathe this past weekend

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