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Payson Roundup
Be sure to attend Firewise Day Saturdaymember Katie Calderon also anticipates engines from the Pine Strawberry Fire De
Be sure to attend Firewise Day Saturday
Payson Roundup / Posted an hour ago
member Katie Calderon also anticipates engines from the Pine Strawberry Fire Department to be on hand, as will a U.S. Forest Service Wildland Fire unit and Arizona Game and Fish and Gila County Sheriff’s Office representatives. Jim... Read more
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examiner.com
Shipwrecks, record snowfall, and a wildfireconsumed more than 1300 acres in the Baraga Plains area between April 27, and A
Shipwrecks, record snowfall, and a wildfire
examiner.com / Posted 7 hours ago
consumed more than 1300 acres in the Baraga Plains area between April 27, and April 30. More than 120 firefighters from the U.S. Forest Service and the Michigan DNR battled the blaze and helped authorities evacuate thirty homes in the Covington... Read more
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FOX News
Earth Day 2016: Let's ditch the doom and gloom and celebrate our improving environmentabundant forest cover is not due to the federal government’s forest management
Earth Day 2016: Let's ditch the doom and gloom and celebrate our improving environment
FOX News / Posted 11 hours ago
abundant forest cover is not due to the federal government’s forest management policies. Yes, timber production on U.S. Forest Service lands has declined by 83 percent since the spotted owl in the Pacific Northwest and other environmental... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Nationwide, 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
Nationwide, 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 14 hours ago
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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The Columbian
Ukrainians visit forest to learn about resources beyond timberregion of Ukraine. “We want to help make the switch in the mind to multifunctio
Ukrainians visit forest to learn about resources beyond timber
The Columbian / Posted 14 hours ago
region of Ukraine. “We want to help make the switch in the mind to multifunctional forests.” Representatives from the U.S. Forest Service and employees of the Cowlitz Tribe brought the Ukrainians into the forest to show them how and where... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Upcoming Montana fire season receives varied forecastA dry winter has the head of the U.S. Forest Service predicting a severe fire s
Upcoming Montana fire season receives varied forecast
KECI Missoula / Posted 14 hours ago
A dry winter has the head of the U.S. Forest Service predicting a severe fire season for Montana. Local meteorologists agree that when considering dry winters in the short-term a severe fire season could be possible, but the long-term trends from a... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Run Rev: Twin Lakes has a bit of everythingof the area. Twin Lakes was originally the site of the McKean Chemical Company
Run Rev: Twin Lakes has a bit of everything
Warren Times Observer / Posted 14 hours ago
of the area. Twin Lakes was originally the site of the McKean Chemical Company and when they closed in the 1920s, the U.S. Forest Service acquired the property. But it was the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps who turned it from a... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Spring Festival, Relay For Life And More Events This Weekendthe Sonora Gran Fondo Sonora Regional Medical Center sponsors the event in part
Spring Festival, Relay For Life And More Events This Weekend
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 17 hours ago
the Sonora Gran Fondo Sonora Regional Medical Center sponsors the event in partnership with the City of Sonora and the U.S. Forest Service. Gail Witzlsteiner, the Medical Center’s Foundation Executive Director says, “This year we have added two... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Officials remind public how to properly poop in the woodsU.S. Forest Service officials said using buckets as latrines is illegal. With
Officials remind public how to properly poop in the woods
The Record Searchlight / Posted 22 hours ago
U.S. Forest Service officials said using buckets as latrines is illegal. With fishing and camping season here, U.S. Forest Service officials are reminding the public to appropriately dispose of human waste in the woods. Properly disposing human... Read more
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Deseret News
National Defense Authorization Act includes provisions on sage grousepublic lands program director. But Bishop has argued that the nearly 100 land-
National Defense Authorization Act includes provisions on sage grouse
Deseret News / Posted 23 hours ago
public lands program director. But Bishop has argued that the nearly 100 land-use management plans adopted by the BLM and U.S. Forest Service to address threats to the imperiled bird jeopardize the nation's military readiness and in particular... Read more
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PhysOrg
Not just climate change: Study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfiresareas—fire jurisdictions maintained by California, according to Dr. Mann. Durin
Not just climate change: Study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfires
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
areas—fire jurisdictions maintained by California, according to Dr. Mann. During this same period, California and the U.S. Forest Service spent more than $5 billion on wildfire suppression.In a model from 2014 that examined California... Read more
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Air Force Times
National Guard confirms MAFFS to bypass MontanaGuard will now move to the 152nd Airlift Wing of the Nevada National Guard. MA
National Guard confirms MAFFS to bypass Montana
Air Force Times / Posted yesterday
Guard will now move to the 152nd Airlift Wing of the Nevada National Guard. MAFFS are specialized equipment owned by the U.S. Forest Service that can be installed in C-130 cargo plans to drop retardant on wildfires. The North Carolina unit is... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturda
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.
KULR-8 Billings / Posted yesterday
Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturday, after nearly 40 years of service with the U.S. Forest Service. He's been the supervisor of the 1.2 million-acre Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota and... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Cash, marijuana recovered after high speed chaseCounty Sheriff's Office, the incident started at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday on Highway
Cash, marijuana recovered after high speed chase
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
County Sheriff's Office, the incident started at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 36 south of Hayfork. An officer with the U.S. Forest Service and the Trinity County Sheriff's Office tried to pull over a BMW sedan on Highway 36 near Bramlet... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
Fire season in full forcetractor from the LVFD were dispatched to the scene along with about a dozen fir
Fire season in full force
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted yesterday
tractor from the LVFD were dispatched to the scene along with about a dozen firefighters. Mangus said firefighters from the U.S. Forest Service, the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management and a “hot shot” team from the Worland area also... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturda
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.
KTTC Rochester / Posted yesterday
Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturday, after nearly 40 years of service with the U.S. Forest Service. He's been the supervisor of the 1.2 million-acre Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota and... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien RetiringForest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturda
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien Retiring
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted yesterday
Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturday, after nearly 40 years of service with the U.S. Forest Service. He's been the supervisor of the 1.2 million-acre Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota and... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturda
Black Hills National Forest Supervisor Bobzien retiring.
KWWL Iowa / Posted yesterday
Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien is retiring. Bobzien will step down on Saturday, after nearly 40 years of service with the U.S. Forest Service. He's been the supervisor of the 1.2 million-acre Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota and... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
Wildfire season expected to be less severe
Juneau Empire / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Upper Truckee River recreation to be impactedpaddling now because a popular section of the Upper Truckee Riveris going to be
Upper Truckee River recreation to be impacted
Lake Tahoe News / Posted yesterday
paddling now because a popular section of the Upper Truckee Riveris going to be off limits for most of the summer. The U.S. Forest Service and California Tahoe Conservancy will resume work June 13 on what is now the fourth year of creating a... Read more
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Summit Daily News
What to know before skinning Breckenridge, Copper and A-Basinand regulations for on-mountain access after the season comes to a close. True,
What to know before skinning Breckenridge, Copper and A-Basin
Summit Daily News / Posted yesterday
and regulations for on-mountain access after the season comes to a close. True, Breckenridge and the rest are on public U.S. Forest Service property, but the ski area lease terms let management lay out a set of rules to keep uphill skiers and... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
April 28, 2016which reached speeds up to 100 mph, involved a narcotics officer with the Trini
April 28, 2016
The Record Searchlight / Posted yesterday
which reached speeds up to 100 mph, involved a narcotics officer with the Trinity County Sheriff's Office along with two U.S. Forest Service officers, dispatchers said about 3:45 p.m. They were heading east toward Red Bluff, chasing a gray BMW... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Vexing year for lesbian GGNRA superintendentin the Rocky Mountains. She worked for a variety of conservation agencies, incl
Vexing year for lesbian GGNRA superintendent
Bay Area Reporter / Posted yesterday
in the Rocky Mountains. She worked for a variety of conservation agencies, including the Colorado Division of Wildlife, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency before joining the park... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Alpine touring junkies: Know before skinning Breck, Copper, A-Basin in Mayand regulations for on-mountain access after the season comes to a close. True,
Alpine touring junkies: Know before skinning Breck, Copper, A-Basin in May
Summit Daily News / Posted yesterday
and regulations for on-mountain access after the season comes to a close. True, Breckenridge and the rest are on public U.S. Forest Service property, but the ski area lease terms let management lay out a set of rules to keep uphill skiers and... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Black Hills Fire Management Officer Receives National AwardThe U.S. Forest Service has given Todd Pechota the 2015 National Forest Fire Ma
Black Hills Fire Management Officer Receives National Award
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted yesterday
The U.S. Forest Service has given Todd Pechota the 2015 National Forest Fire Management Officer of the Year award. Pechota is forest fire management officer on the Black Hills National Forest. He was presented the award at a recent ceremony at the... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Fire season outlook worse for Southern California than most of USthe fire season will not be at the same level as last year, we still expect to
Fire season outlook worse for Southern California than most of US
Pasadena Star-News / Posted yesterday
the fire season will not be at the same level as last year, we still expect to have some areas that will be really active,” U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell told The Associated Press. Tidwell discussed the fire outlook four days before the... Read more
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ABC Montana
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Nevada Appeal / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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The Columbian
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
CHP: Trinity County chase enters Shasta Countychase, which reached speeds up to 100 mph, involved a narcotics officer with th
CHP: Trinity County chase enters Shasta County
The Record Searchlight / Posted yesterday
chase, which reached speeds up to 100 mph, involved a narcotics officer with the Trininty County Sheriff's office and two U.S. Forest Service officers, dispatchers said at about 3:45 p.m. They were heading east toward Red Bluff, chasing a gray... Read more
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CBS Denver
Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less SevereWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less Severe
CBS Denver / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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ABC Montana
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeU.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the l
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted yesterday
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the logging company Idaho Forest Group, speaks during a roundtable discussion about forest health at History Colorado Museum in Denver, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. At right is... Read more
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Connecticut Post
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeU.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the l
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the logging company Idaho Forest Group, speaks during a roundtable discussion about forest health at History Colorado Museum in Denver, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. At right is... Read more
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The New Canaan News
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeU.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the l
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
The New Canaan News / Posted yesterday
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the logging company Idaho Forest Group, speaks during a roundtable discussion about forest health at History Colorado Museum in Denver, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. At right is... Read more
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KTVN Reno
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
KTVN Reno / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
WGEM Quincy / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and Montana are all... Read more
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ABC News
2016 Wildfire Season Expected to Be Less SevereWednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm,
2016 Wildfire Season Expected to Be Less Severe
ABC News / Posted yesterday
Wednesday. But parts of the nation should expect a rough season after a warm, dry winter or because of long-term drought, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said. "So where we anticipate the severity of the fire season will not be at the same... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
KTVZ Bend / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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Darien News-Review
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severeU.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the l
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, listens as Alan Harper, of the logging company Idaho Forest Group, speaks during a roundtable discussion about forest health at History Colorado Museum in Denver, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. At right is... Read more
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Summit Daily News
The Colorado news roundup: The state’s next lieutenant governor, Olympic wear and a road-rage golfersays the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
The Colorado news roundup: The state’s next lieutenant governor, Olympic wear and a road-rage golfer
Summit Daily News / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Top official says 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
Top official says 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn’t expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severesays the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15
APNewsBreak: 2016 wildfire season expected to be less severe
The Kitsap Sun / Posted yesterday
says the 2016 season isn't expected to be as bad as last year, when a record 15,800 square miles burned nationwide. But U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Wednesday that Southern California, other parts of the Southwest, Alaska and... Read more
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