Ninety percent of Washington state wildfires this year have been human caused.
[9/8/17] Uno Peak Fire Update
The fire continued moving predominantly east in the Ashnola drainage as well as farther north into British Columbia.
Public Information Meeting set for Wednesday 6:30PM at Manson High School.
The Uno-Peak Fire has burned approximately 50 acres, in steep terrain. Kari Grover has more….. Robin DeMario with the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest tells KOZI that a 20-person crew has been ordered to fight the Uno Peak fire on the ground; in addition, three small and one large air tanker and three helicopters will be doing […]
Resources, including 5 strike teams consisting of 50 specialized wild land engines and 123 firefighters arrived early Saturday morning.
[8/3/17] How smoke exposure can affect you…
Wildfire smoke exposure in communities is not known to cause…..
The forecast calls for continued hot and dry weather with winds out of the northwest that will likely produce hazy and smokey conditions for the next few days.
Although this year’s in-state fire season has been quiet…..
WINTHROP—USFS and DNR crews responded to a fire call late Saturday about 7 miles north of Winthrop along the Chewuch River at Boulder Creek. With the help of helicopters with buckets and two small air tankers, firefighters were able to contain the fire to about 5 acres. The cause of the fire is under investigation, […]