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Category Archives: Colorado wildfires 2016

Minor to moderate flooding reported in areas around Hayden Pass fire burn scar

Minor flooding was reported Tuesday night in areas around the Hayden Pass fire burn scar in Fremont County.

Officials say Beaver Creek fire being investigated as possibly human caused

Officials this week said that they believe the Beaver Creek fire burning in northwest Colorado since June was possibly human caused.

Beaver Creek fire evacuation order lifted; two Colorado wildfires 100 percent contained

An evacuation order was lifted in the Beaver Creek fire area near Walden and the Wyoming border yesterday, Denver Fire Department said.

Wildfire burning on 35 acres in Berthoud; structure protection underway

A wildfire Wednesday afternoon is burning about 30 acres of land in Berthoud and firefighters are working to protect homes from growing flames.

Grass fire burns more 200 acres at Rocky Mountain Arsenal refuge

Federal and municipal crews on Monday snuffed a grass fire that burned more than 200 acres on the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge north of Denver — kicking up smoke visible around the city.

Beaver Creek fire continues slow movement, growth

The Beaver Creek fire, which started June 19 about 24 miles northwest of Walden, has burned 34,020 acres and is now considered 12 percent contained.

Hayden Pass fire now 60 percent contained with moisture expected over burn area

Fire officials say the Hayden Pass fire burning southeast of Salida is 60 percent contained and monsoonal moisture is expected over the burn area this week.

Beaver Creek fire blows up Wednesday in hot, humid, windy weather

Firefighters battling the Beaver Creek fire in northern Colorado along the central Wyoming border were pulled back to safety zones Wednesday afternoon when hot, humid weather and strong winds fueled extreme fire behavior.

Delaware firefighters land in Colorado to aid in wildland fire battles

A team of 20 wildland firefighters from Delaware arrived in Denver Monday to help with fires in the Rocky Mountain region.

Crews actively fighting fire in Dinosaur National Monument

As of Saturday night, the Bench fire was estimated at 400 to 500 acres, and conditions are expected to remain hot, windy and dry for several days.

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