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trucks at halstead
Palominas and Rio Tico trucks at Casino Creek, Idaho. (USFS Photo)
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Forest Fire Update – August 18

Crews expecting more hot weather.

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valley smoke
Smoke from the area of the Mustang Complex. (Sandy Nelson Photo)
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Valley Smoke Returns – August 16

A couple of days without smoke, and now it's back.

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cedar fire
The Cedar 7 Fire moved east in the afternoon August 14. (USFS Photo)
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Fires and Smoke – Wednesday August 15 Update

Smoke last evening in the Bitterroot Valley mainly came from the Cedar 7 Fire, burning in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.

The fire was about a thousand acres Tuesday morning, but was pushed to the east in the afternoon heat and wind

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Forest fire smoke in the Bitterroot Valley. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot National Forest Imposes Restrictions – More Fires

Air quality has been dropping in the Bitterroot.

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sleeping child fire
Looking north up the ridge from Sleeping Child Road. (KLYQ Photo)
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Sleeping Child Fire – A Close Call

As in any recently burned area, you can smell the ashes.

The Sleeping Child Fire burned grass, brush and trees when lightning started it Wednesday evening. The fire began at the mouth of the canyon and spread quickly along the ridge, toward houses on either side

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sleeping child fire
The fire at Sleeping Child Creek south of Hamilton burned over 200 acres Wednesday. (KLYQ Photo)
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Thunderstorms Create Havoc in Bitterroot Valley

A lightning strike caused a grass and forest fire south of Hamilton on the ridge between Sleeping Child and Skalkaho drainages Wednesday evening. The fire has been contained at about 240 acres and no homes were burned

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Trees ignite on the ridge between Sleeping Child Creek and Skalkaho Creek, south of Hamilton. (KLYQ Photo)
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Lightning Strike Starts Fire Near Hamilton

Lightning causes fires in the Bitterroot Valley.

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halstead smoke
A late afternoon smoke column from Idaho's Halstead Fire. (USFS Photo)
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Winds Blowing Smoke Our Way

Where there's fire, there's smoke....

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fern fire
Fern Forest Fire on Sunday Aug. 5. (Mike Goicoecha Photo)
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Idaho Wilderness Fire Gets Larger and Smokier

The Powell SBW East Complex forest fire contains the Fern and Hidden Fires in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (SBW).

The fire started in the lightning storms the weekend of July 29th and has grown this past weekend to over 650 acres

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salamander fire
The Salamander Forest Fire on Salamander Ridge in the wilderness. (USFS Photo)
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Selway-Bitterroot Fire Update – Monday August 6

Bitterroot National Forest officials are monitoring the Salamander forest fire in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness on the West Fork Ranger District.

The fire started from lightning strikes July 21 and is at least 200 acres in size, but is not threatening any structures

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