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  • More Moisture helps calm down Carlton Fire But Crews are Bracing for Thunder and Lightning
    Fire crews are working to strengthen containment lines on the Carlton Complex Fire and at the same time bracing for possible heavy rain and lightning storms.   Fire spokesman, Paul Gibbs says there was sense of cautious optimism at this morning's briefing ...
  • Chiwaukum Creek Fire gets help and hindrance from Wet Weather
    Officials say recent rains have been both a blessing and a curse as far as fire containment efforts are concerned inChelan and Okanogan Counties.   Jessica Paine with the Chiwaukum and Mills Canyon Complex fires says in general ground crews are taking advantage of the cooler and wetter weather to provide buffers along the fire's northwestern flank   Paine says work is also continuing structure protection efforts on the Duncan and Kelly Mountain areas where several vacation homes are located ...
  • Wildfires in Central Washington Devastates Mule Deer Habitat
    A State official says the toll on wildlife from Central Washington wildfires could be devastating.   Matt Monda with the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife says much of the 250-thousand acres razed by the Carlton Complex Fire is critical mule deer habitat ...
  • Rainy Weather Washes Away Evacuation Level 3 Alerts Near Loup Loup Pass As Cartlon Complex Fire Burns
    Fire officials say the Carlton Complex fire got a decent dousing of rain Tuesday allowing for more progress on containment.  Now 16-percent contained, activity on the fires northern flank has subsided reducing fire danger in the areas encircling Loup Loup Pass. Fire Information Officer Mick Mueller says firefighting efforts were more aggressive. Evacuation alerts for Antoine Creek, Pleasant Lake, North Cook Mountain Road and Leader Lake have all been downgraded to a level 2. Officials say containment seems to be most solid around the most populous areas. But the firefighting focus continues to be in the exterior Mueller says the fire is most active in interior canyons and north in the Libby Lake area.  The fire is still burning at nearly 250-thousand acres, no additional structures were lost.         
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