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  • Rain Helps Fire Crews Make Haste On Containment of Chiwaukum and Mills Canyon Complex Fires
    Fire officials say the rain certainly been of some assistance in getting wildfires contained around the Wenatchee Valley.  Fire Information Officer Mick Mueller says crews are capitalizing on the help they're getting from mother nature. The 22,000-acre Mills Canyon Fire near Entiat is now 85-percent contained. Because of the rain, Mueller says crews are breathing easier about the Chiwaukum Creek fire burning parallel to Hwy 2 near Plain. Mueller also says crews are using Hwy 2 as a suppression tool. The Chiwaukum Creek fire remains at ten-thousand acres in size at ten-percent containment.  Officials also say crew members are being diverted from the 125-acre Kelly Mountain Fire, which is 30-percent contained to the now 1000-acre Duncan Creek Fire.  Duncan Creek fire crews have been doing structure protection around 14 recreational homes near the north fork of the Entiat River.  No additional evacuation notices have been issued.     
  • Wauconda Lawmaker Bashes Brewster Fire Managers
    State Representative Joel Kretz was pressed into firefighting service when the Carlton Complex Firestorm threatened the community of Brewster.    Kretz says the town and its major employer, Gebbers Farms, should be credited for stopping the fire ...
  • Chiwaukum Creek Fire
    Firefighters on the Chiwaukum Creek Fire are getting some help in the form of light rain this morning and more is forecast for today and tomorrow.   At over 10-thousand acres burned the fire continues to grow but at a much slower rate according to fire spokesman, Mick Mueller. He reported late yesterday on the Southern flank of the fire burning on the West side of the Tumwater Canyon ...
  • Carlton Complex Fire Tue AM Update
    Fire managers report good progress on the Carlton Complex Fire front. Firefighter received some help from the heavens overnight with light rain helping to subdue the fire behavior.   The size of the fire remains at about 243-thousand acres burned but  Jessica Paine with Incident Command says containment has increased to 16 percent as crews work to anchor lines along the fire's northern flank in the Libby Creek area. .    Meanwhile the fire southern aspect in the Antoine Creek area North of Manson has been contained . .    Over 2-thousand firefighters including National Guard troops are doing the ground work with air support.   About 7-thousand PUD customers are still without power extending north from Pateros to Winthrop.   The fire's structural toll has not changed with 150 homes confirmed lost in the blaze.     Here's a link to the fire blog     **Highway 20 remains closed from MP 210 to MP 223   **Evacuation Levels reduced in Loup Loup Ski area as the fire burned passed the area with out damaging any structures.    
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