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Weather Changes Could Lead To Beaver Creek Fire Flareup

WALDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Weather changes over the next few days could spark a flareup of the Beaver Creek Fire.

That’s according to a new briefing released this weekend by fire managers. 109 more words

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U.S. Forest Service Officials in San Dimas Test New Firefighting Techniques

Officials at the U.S. Forest Service San Dimas Technology and Development Center are working on new techniques on how to battle wildfires and keep firefighters safe. 34 more words

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Forest Service releases draft decision on improved trail system near Nederland

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The U.S. Forest Service has released its final environmental assessment and a draft decision for the Magnolia Non-Motorized Trails Project.

The draft decision would approve a 44-mile, non-motorized trail system across about 6,000 acres in Boulder and Gilpin counties in an area along the Peak to Peak Highway known as East Magnolia and West Magnolia. 719 more words

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Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Is Human-Caused

WALDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Beaver Creek Fire was human-caused, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

Crews have the Beaver Creek Fire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming border more than 50 percent contained. 103 more words

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Blue Cut Fire Near Cajon Pass Downgraded to 25,600 Plus Acres; Nearly 83,000 Remain Evacuated

Firefighters battling the Blue Cut Fire faced another difficult day Wednesday as the massive blaze, which had destroyed homes and forced some 83,000 residents to evacuate. 1,301 more words

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New Video: 'Firenado' Forms In Beaver Creek Fire

WALDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 36,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago. A firefighter captured a rare occurrence inside the fire lines– a firenado. 136 more words

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Beaver Creek Fire Burns 35,000+ Acres, 41 Percent Contained

WALDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– The Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 35,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago.

Crews have the Beaver Creek Fire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming border more than 40 percent contained. 101 more words

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