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sawtooth rehab
Work on mop-up on the Sawtooth firelines. (USFS Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Settles Down

The Sawtooth Fire continues moving west.

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northwest fires
A look from space last week of the nearby forest fires...and their smoke. Photo from September 17. (NASA)
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Sawtooth Stage 1 Evacuation is Lifted at 4 p.m. Monday

Sawtooth Fire is better - area smoke is worse.

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birds on wire
Overheard: Bird #11 to Bird #12 - "I'd migrate if I could just see through this smoke!" (KLYQ Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Continues Movement to the West

The smoke will not leave.

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Some of the "thank you" cards for firefighters from Hamilton's Washington Elementary School. (Poncin NWIMT Photo)
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Sawtooth and Other Fires Expecting Weather Change

Humidity is expected to climb soon.

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cell tower area Sawtooth fire
The burned area around the Downing Mountain cell towers last week. (John Lehrman Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire – Thursday Morning September 20 Update

The Sawtooth Fire is most active to the west.

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A helicopter drops water on fire along Sawtooth Creek southwest of Hamilton. (Poncin's NRIMT1 Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire – Smoke Continues

Sawtooth Fire has reached 5,000 acres.

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A helicopter at work at the Sawtooth Fire. (Bitterroot National Forest Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Meeting is Thursday

The 4,869 acre Sawtooth Fire west of Hamilton is now 35 percent contained, and much of that containment is on the important eastern edge of the blaze - which is nearest private property...

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Downing Mountain Lodge
The Downing Mountain Lodge escaped the flames. (Bitterroot National Forest Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire – Monday September 17 Update

The fire spread to the west Sunday.

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The Sawtooth Fire on Downing Mountain west of Hamilton. Photo taken from US 93 north. (KLYQ Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Update – 3pm Monday September 10

The fire grew rapidly in high winds.

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Photo courtesy of DNRC
Photo courtesy of DNRC
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Albert Fire Burning Near Frenchtown [AUDIO]

Low relative humidity and a strong breeze pushed a wildland fire from a quarter acre to 75 acres in a matter of hours on Sunday evening. Missoula’s fire danger is “Extreme” and this rapid fire growth is a result of these conditions.

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photo from U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service/flickr,com
photo from U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service/flickr,com
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Wildland Firefighters Wanted [AUDIO]

With the end of summer, many of the more experienced wildland firefighters have headed back home or back to school.

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photo courtesy of iStockphotothinkstock.com
photo courtesy of iStockphotothinkstock.com
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Fire Season Hits Western Montana [AUDIO]

Lolo National Forest spokesman Boyd Hartwig says ‘Fire Season has come to Western Montana’, and he has two rapidly growing fires to prove it. The Butler Fire has doubled in size to over 80 acres in the last 24 hours as it burns a few miles from Frenchtown Pond.

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