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Posts Tagged ‘fires’

Colorado Independent | Survival tales, mitigation questions linger as Fourmile Fire rages

Colorado Independent | Survival tales, mitigation questions linger as Fourmile Fire rages

As firefighters continued to battle the raging Fourmile Fire Tuesday and evacuees relived harrowing survival tales, politicians were already questioning wildfire mitigation efforts in the area and seeking future funding.  Read the entire article [...]

Gold Hill Website Provides Fire Updates

Gold Hill Website Provides Fire Updates

UPDATE: Information sources for the Fourmile Fire are aggregated at this site: http://allhazards.blogspot.com/2010/09/colorado-wild-fire-resources.html The community of Gold Hill is maintaining a website offering updates: [...]

Wildfire Update from the City Manager

Wildfire Update from the City Manager

Boulder City Manager Jane Brautigam provided the City Council with an update on the status of fire fighting efforts in an email at 5:14 p.m. today (Sept. 7, 2010).  The text of that email follows: Dear Council members, At approximately 2:15PM [...]

Wildfire!

Wildfire!

Glen Delman took these photos from north Broadway yesterday and kindly submitted them to the Blue Line.

Latest on Four Mile Canyon Fire

Latest on Four Mile Canyon Fire

21:36 Tomorrow is a work day. Wish I could stay up all night, but you can check Boulder County Fire Live Audio Feed. Well wishes to everyone and a hearty thanks to all the firefighters. I have been utterly impressed by the organization and [...]

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