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Lone Mountain 1 fire update (Aug. 10)

Lone Mountain 1 fire update (Aug. 10)

LONE MOUNTAIN FIRE UPDATE (Aug. 10) from Incident Command: Sunday, August 10, 2014* The long-term strategy for the Lone Mountain 1 Fire is to allow for the natural effects of fire in the Stephen Mather Wilderness, while protecting values at risk. The fire was started by lightning on July 14 in the Boulder Creek drainage,...
LONE MOUNTAIN 1 FIRE UPDATE (Aug. 9, 2014)

LONE MOUNTAIN 1 FIRE UPDATE (Aug. 9, 2014)

LONE MOUNTAIN 1 FIRE update (Aug. 9) from Incident Command Saturday, August 9, 2014 Happy Birthday Smokey Bear Yesterday the fire spotted on to the east side of Rennie Creek and rapidly burned up the steep slope beneath Rennie Peak, but has stopped short of the top by about 500 feet where the alpine timber...
LONE MOUNTAIN 1 FIRE UPDATE (Aug. 8, 2014)

LONE MOUNTAIN 1 FIRE UPDATE (Aug. 8, 2014)

From fire command: The Lone Mountain 1 Fire is still putting out smoke, but it has not made a strong run since August 1, when it increased about 345 acres. East winds on Saturday may push some of that smoke down canyon and into Stehekin. “We’re feeling fairly confident that the fire can be held...
Lone Mountain 1 Fire Update (Aug. 7)

Lone Mountain 1 Fire Update (Aug. 7)

LONE MOUNTAIN 1 UPDATE (Aug. 7) FROM INCIDENT COMMAND: Thursday, August 7, 2014 Lone Mountain 1 Fire was hottest on its west flank Wednesday, with trees torching in spots during the heat of the afternoon. Helicopters concentrated their water drops in hot areas on the fire’s west edge in Boulder Creek to check its progress...