Sep 11, 2012
September 11, 2012 1000 Information Update
Electric City, Wash., Nearly 150 firefighters worked in winds gusting to 40 miles per hour yesterday attempting to corral the 29,000-acre Barker Canyon Fire Complex that was started by lightning Saturday night, September 8, at two spots - one approximately 13 miles northwest of Electric City, called the Leahy Fire, and the other along the north ... (more)
Buffalo Lake Road Fire expected to be 100% contained by Monday afternoon
The Buffalo Lake Road Fire started at 8:30 PMA on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 and grew quickly due to high winds burning approximately 7,800 acres by the evening of August 15.
Central Wash. fire 43 percent contained
Better weather conditions over the weekend have helped firefighters gain ground on fire that has scorched dozens of homes east of the Cascades .
Colville Business Council Chairman: Quick Work By Emergency Fire...
NESPELEM, WA The Colville Tribal Business Council is grateful for the quick actions of the Colville Tribes' emergency responders, as well as the efforts of local, state and federal agencies which helped to contain the Buffalo Lake Road Fire, CBC Chairman John Sirois said today.
Firefighters' Tough Fight Tames The Explosive Buffalo Lake Road Wildfi
Buffalo Lake Road Fire nearly contained; fire now burning itself out in a deep draw along northern perimeter and Roosevelt Lake Nespelem, Wash., Nearly 200 firefighters worked in 100-degree heat today to locate and extinguish the burning fuels throughout the 11,000-acre Buffalo Lake Road Fire.