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Category Archives: Beaver Creek fire

Why the Beaver Creek fire has been burning for more than two months and counting

The Beaver Creek fire, ignited on June 19, has forced firefighters to rethink the way they battle wildfire and is providing valuable lessons that could change the way forest fires are fought in Colorado’s millions of acres of insect-eaten timber.

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.

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.

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.

Beaver Creek fire spreads to private game hunting ranch

The Beaver Creek fire has crossed onto the Trophy Mountain Ranch, a private game hunting preserve near the Wyoming border, however the fence around the ranch remains secure and elk have been seen moving out of the area

Stubborn and slow-moving Beaver Creek fire continues to grow slightly

Beatle killed trees and heavy concentrations of downed timber and other fuel make the Beaver Creek fire burning at the Wyoming border a stubborn but slow-moving blaze.

Beaver Creek fire now estimated at just under 19,500 acres and growing

The Beaver Creek fire has ballooned to just under 19,500 acres as of Tuesday morning and is growing as crews continue to work on structure protection around the massive blaze.

Beaver Creek fire grows by 3,500 acres as wind pushes flames into Wyoming

The Beaver Creek fire grew by 3,500 acres and pushed into Wyoming overnight after a directional alignment of canyons and winds accelerated its growth, authorities said Monday morning.

Beaver Creek Fire now at more than 15,000 acres

The Beaver Creek Fire, burning through heavy beetle killed timber north of Walden since June 19, continues to grow, reaching more than 15,000 acres by Sunday

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