Fire Update Monday 7/29/2013
The National Forest Service has issued an update tonight on area wildfires. With prolonged hot weather and not very much rain, fire danger remains moderate to high in our area.
Spring Fire Danger High
After two wildland fires in the Fort Ellis Fire Service Area in the past week, fire officials are urging residents to be more aware of the potential for fires to start and spread rapidly. According to Mike Cech, Chief of the Fort Ellis Fire Department, it is common to have wildland fires in the earl…
Apartment Fire On Michael Grove In Bozeman Tuesday [PHOTOS]
Tuesday evening a house fire burned the entire top floor of an apartment complex on Michael Grove in Bozeman. Details are still slim on the cause and the damages. I live just down the street from the building and I was able to snap a few photos of the damage.
Fire Near Livingston – 30 Homes On Evacuation Notice
Reports from the Park County Commissioner, Randy Taylor, tell that the fire is visibly put out but monitoring and surveying will continue throughout the day. Nearly 30 homes were evacuated and the officials are requesting them to not yet return to their homes. More details inside.
Red Flag Fire Conditions
This is the latest from the U.S. National Weather Service in  Billings.
Hot and dry day with isolated to scattered thunderstorms. Some of the thunderstorms will produce strong and gusty winds this afternoon and evening.
These conditions will create a dangerous fire weather situation for those …
Fire Claims Nashville Legend Jack Clement’s Home and Studio
More than four decades of history went up in smoke on Saturday, when country music legend Cowboy Jack Clement lost his Nashville home in a blaze that also claimed his well-trafficked studio.
The 80-year-old Clement and his girlfriend escaped unharmed, along with their three cats and Clement’s guitar …
Bozeman Apartment Fire Still Under Investigation
The investigation continues into the Bozeman apartment fire on Tuesday that killed two residents. Montana Red Cross is working through the hours to help the 15 people now homeless from the tragedy. Montana Red Cross accepts donations as every dollar helps and 91 cents of each dollar goes directly t…

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