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Roaring Lion smoke, visible from Hamilton. (Fullerton photo, Townsquare Media)
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Smoke Continues to Rise from Roaring Lion Fire

The smoke is not endangering any structures.

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Roaring Lion aftermath on Ward Mountain. (Mike Daniels photo, Townsquare Media)
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Roaring Lion Fire 65% Contained – More Smoke Expected

The fire will continue burning in small pockets of trees.

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Photo Courtesy of Inciweb.org
Photo Courtesy of Inciweb.org
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Copper King Fire Costs Pass $5.1 Million, Now 18 Percent Contained

At $5.1 million, the costs of fighting Copper King are pretty high, but it winding down.

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Photo courtesy of inciweb.org
Photo courtesy of inciweb.org
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Copper King Fire Grows Slightly Over Weekend to 1,445 Acres, Only Five Percent Contained

Firefighters on the Copper King Fire burning near Thompson Falls had some relief this weekend with cooler temperatures.

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Roaring Lion Fire Sunday evening. (MIke Daniels photo, Townsquare Media)
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Ravalli County Sets Fire Restrictions

Most campfires are prohibited.

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Greg Poncin addressing the public meeting Thursday in Hamilton. (Steve Fullerton, Townsquare Media)
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Roaring Lion Fire is almost 8,000 acres as of Friday Morning

They're watching the weather this weekend.

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Roaring Lion Fire on Goat Mountain southwest of Hamilton. (Mike Daniels photo, Townsquare Media)
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Roaring Lion Fire Causes Evacuations South of Hamilton

It is more than 500 acres in size.

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Early photo of Cedar Fire. (Nez Perce Clearwater Forest photo, Townsquare Media)
Early photo of Cedar Fire. (Nez Perce Clearwater Forest photo, Townsquare Media)
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Cedar Fire in Bitterroot-Selway Continues to Grow

The hot, dry weather continues.

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The Cedar Forest Fire in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. (Nez Perce-Clearwater NF photo, Townsquare Media)
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Cedar Fire Burns in Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness

The fire is moving slowly to the north.

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Photo courtesy of wheeldog/Flickr
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Missoula Fire Danger Rises to ‘High’

Missoula’s fire danger level moved to high today, July 25.

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