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Douglas County, ORkqennewsradio.com

FOX CREEK HOLDOVER FIRE BURNS IN FIRE SCAR

A holdover fire burned in the scar of the Archie Creek Fire off Highway 138E, on Thursday. Kyle Reed of the Douglas Forest Protective Association said an engine crew hiked into the one-acre fire, near milepost 29. The slow-moving fire was burning in heavy fuels that remained on the landscape after last summer’s Archie Creek Fire, including stumps, and downed logs. Reed said DFPA’s helicopter was dispatched to the incident and was used to cool the perimeter of the fire, in addition to several jackpots of fuel that were burning within the interior of the fire.
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Larimer County, CO1310kfka.com

Cameron Peak Burn Scar Alerts

The Chair of the Larimer County Board of Commissioners has made a declaration of disaster emergency due to the current and anticipated impacts from the dangerous post-fire, flash flooding, debris flows and mudflows in the Cameron Peak Burn Scar. You can sign up for alerts at nocoalert.org, SMS updates from nocoalert.org text LCEVAC to 888777 or FLOOD2021 to 888777 and there are recovery resources for those impacted by the 2021 flooding in the burn scar and the 2020 cameron Peak Fire: larimer.org/emergency/recovery/wildfire-resources.
MoviesInside the Magic

Would Simba Have Been the Next Scar If Mufasa Survived?

The Lion King is a Disney animated classic that tells the story of a young lion cub, learning to take his father’s place as king. Although, as many of you know, the 1994 animated film goes much deeper than that as Simba loses his father due to his uncle’s wrongdoing.
Mapleton, UTKSLTV

Evacuation Orders Lifted In Mapleton After Heavy Rain Hits Burn Scar

MAPLETON, Utah — All evacuation orders have been lifted after heavy rain fell on the Ether Hollow burn scar above Mapleton, causing some debris flow and urban flooding. Officials with the Mapleton City Fire Department said they receive an alert from the National Weather Service advising them significant rain could fall on the burn scar Thursday night.
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CBS Denver

Evacuation Risk The New Normal For Tight-Knit Community Inside The Cameron Peak Burn Scar

(CBS4) – Evacuations are something those who live along the burn scar from the Cameron Peak Fire are all too familiar with. While some fire evacuees have a bag packed and are ready to go at a moment’s notice, others say they avoid thinking about it. But all of them know now they are at risk of having to once again leave their homes. (credit: CBS) “I have been here 21 years I have never seen anything like this,” Connie Archer said of this week’s situation in Poudre Canyon. RELATED: Deadly Flash Flood Happens Without Notice In Larimer County, Resident ‘Never Would...
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