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New Wildfires Erupt In Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming State Forestry Division reports a number of new fires starting around the state over the past weekend.

A new fire started northwest of Seminoe Reservoir in Albany County and

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Colorado National Guard Started Wyoming Wildfire

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Officials say a Colorado National Guard engineer unit training with explosives started a wildfire that has burned about 22 square miles in southeast Wyoming.

The Sawmill Fire began last Saturday on the Wyoming National Guard’s C

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Michael Bocchieri/Getty Images
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Progress Made On Fire Near Glendo State Park

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Firefighters are making progress in trying to stop a fire near Glendo State Park in southeast Wyoming.

The Sawmill Fire started Saturday on a Wyoming National Guard training area. It has burned about 12 square miles of timber and grass and is 30 percent con

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Jim Kibler, USFS
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Wildfire Starts On Wyoming Guard Training Facility

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Another state park in southeast Wyoming is threatened by a wildfire.

Campers and visitors on the east side of Glendo State Park were evacuated Sunday night because of a wildfire burning on the nearby Wyoming National Guard training grounds. They were moved to the west side of the park and its reservoir.

The Sawmill C

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Wyoming’s Largest Wildfire Destroys 30 Homes

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s largest wildfire has destroyed 30 homes and dozens of outbuildings.

Albany County assessors told the Associated Press  that they’ve completed their survey of the damage caused by the 150-square-mile Arapahoe fire northwest of Wheatland.

They looked at over

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Rain, Cool Weather Helps Slow Wyo. Wildfires

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s largest wildfires remain in check after rain and cooler weather helped firefighters gain the upper hand over the weekend.

But warm, drier weather is returning, meaning conditions will soon again favor the spread of any new fires that might start.

The largest of

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Rain, Cool Weather Helps Slow Wyo. Wildfires

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Rain and cooler weather has helped the fight against wildfires burning in Wyoming.

The largest of the fires is the roughly 150-square-mile Arapaho Fire burning northwest of Wheatland. Over the

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Incredible Video Of The Squirrel Creek Fire From The Air [VIDEO]

The folks of the California Interagency Incident Management Team 4 flew over the Squirrel Creek fire and took this video.

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Fire Watch Round-up Friday July 6th

Fire fighters say rain is helping control four major wildfires burning in Wyoming. State Forester Bill Crapser says damp conditions raise hopes that firefighters will  be able to move into mop up soon.

The largest of the fires is the roughly 150-square-mile Arapaho Fire b

Russ Dalgarn, Converse County Emergency Management
Russ Dalgarn, Converse County Emergency Management
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Fire Destroys Converse County Bridge

Officials in Converse County are investigating a fire that has destroyed a bridge. Fire crews were called out around 4:30 a.m. Friday to the Coal Shadow Bridge on Coal Shadow road off the Old Glenr

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Winds Help Spread Squirrel Creek Fire Before Rain

NEWCASTLE, Wyo. (AP) — More rain is expected to help firefighters at the 17-square-mile Squirrel Creek fire but winds from thunderstorms have helped spread the fire a bit.

The fire about 30 miles southwest of Laramie grew by about 650 acres before some rain began falling Thursday. The fire

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Squirrel Creek Fire Determined To Be Human-Caused

NEWCASTLE, Wyo. (AP) — Fire officials say the nearly 17-square-mile Squirrel Creek Fire about 30 miles southwest of Laramie was human-caused.

Fire spokesman Larry Helmerick says an investigation is continuing.

The fire

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