Dry conditions help spark new fires i...

Dry conditions help spark new fires in Gila

There are 1 comment on the Silver City Sun-News story from Jul 6, 2010, titled Dry conditions help spark new fires in Gila. In it, Silver City Sun-News reports that:

Drier conditions during the weekend caused several fires in the Gila, including the Dark Fire, the Flat Top Fire and the Hinkle Fire, to become "moderately active" with slow growth, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

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FedUP

Silver City, NM

#1 Jul 7, 2010
It was pitful to see how bad the right if way was in the Glenwood area this week end. Lots of weeds, brush on the right of way. Does District one and Cliff patrol give a flip about those residents? Hope they don't have to many fires.

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