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Eagle Creek Fire Daily Update 9/25/17 (Eagle Creek Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 3 hours 53 min ago
Focus continues to be on repair and cleanup of suppression efforts. Resource Advisors (READs) are working alongside fire crews to ensure cultural and natural resource values along with historic and recreational features are protected and preserved. One hand crew will proceed with their work near Wahtum Lake, low stumping and chipping along contingency lines on the south side of the fire. A hotshot crew will continue their work on the southeast side of the fire and will begin building water bars on a piece of hand line in this area. Crews have been scouting along Shellrock Mountain trying to identify a safe way for firefighters to engage with the active fire in this area. To date this has not been possible due to multiple safety concerns. Yesterday an engine was able to set up a sprinkler system on an area of live fire near I-84 where fire has been visible from the highway. Working and traveling on I-84 poses risks to fire crews and incident managers ask the public to continue to...

Salmon August Complex Update September 25, 2017 (Salmon August Complex Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 3 hours 59 min ago
Salmon August Complex Update September 25, 2017 Date Started: August 13, 2017 Total Size: 65,875acres Cumulative Containment: 75% Total Personnel: 334 Operational update: The emergency closure order for the Salmon-August Complex and forest-wide fire restrictions have been lifted. Forest visitors entering the area need to be vigilant about risks created by the wildfire. A California Campfire Permit is required in order to have a campfire. Visitors in and around the fire perimeters can expect to encounter heavy equipment and fire apparatus as repair efforts continue. There was minimal fire activity across the fires in the Salmon August Complex yesterday, despite the warming temperatures. Firefighters still contended with smoke and hot spots in the Deep Fire, however none of those areas posed a threat to the control lines. Containment lines along the Salmon River Road, the south side of the Wallow Fire, will continue to be strengthened and patrolled. All other fire areas within...

Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert, 73 years old white/male wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans. www.dcjs.ny.gov

State - NY - NYALERT - 4 hours 13 min ago
At the request of the Suffolk County Police Department 4th Precinct, a New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued relating to the disappearance of ANTHONY DEFEO; age 73; from ISLANDIA, NY at 5:30 pm on September 24, 2017.
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Nash Fire and Horse Creek Complex Update for Monday, Sept. 25 (Nash Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 22 min ago
Nash Fire and Horse Creek Complex Update for Monday, September 25, 2017, 9 a.m. Fire Information: (541) 719-8371 Online: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ https://facebook.com/WillametteWildfires2017 Willamettewildfires2017@gmail.com Nash Fire: 6,738 acres Horse Creek Complex: Olallie Lookout Fire, 1,572 acres; Roney Fire, 3,548 acres; Avenue Fire, 3,398 acres; Separation Fire, 17,914 acres; Nash Fire, 6,738 acres. Total all fires: 33,170 acres, no change from yesterday. Resources: Personnel, 247; Crews, 5; Helicopters, 1; Engines, 1; Water Tenders, 2. Weather: A cool night at Wanoga Camp (25°F) and Hoodoo Incident Command Post (29°F) should slowly warm up as an inversion breaks near noon. Temperatures will range from the 50s on ridges to 60s in valleys. Relative humidity will decline as the day warms but climb back overnight. A few more clouds will move through Monday, but a gradual warming and drying trend will continue, with temperatures in the low 70s...

Rebel Fire and Horse Creek Complex Update for Sept. 25 (Rebel Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 28 min ago
Horse Creek Complex and Rebel Fire Update for Monday, September 25, 2017, 9 a.m. Fire Information: (541) 719-8371 Online: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ https://facebook.com/WillametteWildfires2017 Willamettewildfires2017@gmail.com Rebel Fire: 8,703 acres Horse Creek Complex: Olallie Lookout Fire, 1,572 acres; Roney Fire, 3,548 acres; Avenue Fire, 3,398 acres; Separation Fire, 17,914 acres; Nash Fire, 6,738 acres. Total all fires: 41,873 acres, no change from yesterday. Resources: Personnel, 312; Crews, 6; Helicopters, 1; Engines, 4; Water Tenders, 32; Skidgen, 1. Weather: A cool night at Wanoga Camp (25°F) and Hoodoo Incident Command Post (29°F) should slowly warm up as an inversion breaks near noon. Temperatures will range from the 50s on ridges to 60s in valleys. Relative humidity will decline as the day warms but climb back overnight. A few more clouds will move through Monday, but a gradual warming and drying trend will continue, with temperatures...

Umpqua North Complex Update September 25, 2017 (Umpqua North Complex Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 33 min ago
September 25, 2017 - 9:00 a.m. Fire Information: 541-378-6944 (8:00 am to 8:00 pm) Start Date: August 11, 2017 Cause: Lightning Fuels: Timber, forest litter, grass & shrubsAcres: 43,140 Percent Completed: 60% Current Situation: With the improving weather, warming temperatures and drying of muddy roads and dozer lines, fire suppression repair efforts on the 10 separate wildfires that comprise the Umpqua North Complex made great progress yesterday. Again, the Great Basin Incident Management Team #3 is not saying the fires are completely out. There are still plenty of isolated pockets of unburnt fuel, smoldering stumps and individual downed large logs that will continue to smolder and possibly burn more vigorously as temperatures continue to rise over the next few days within the various fire perimeters. Most are well within containment lines and pose little danger of escaping or spreading outside of containment lines. However, such as in the case of a section of line on the...

Miller Complex Fire Update 9/25/17 (Miller Complex Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 33 min ago
Miller Complex Fire Update September 25, 2017 – 9:00 a.m. Acres: 36,496 Percent Contained: 70% Start Date: August 14, 2017 Cause: Lightning Total Personnel: 167 Location: Private land and federal land on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest 20 miles southwest of Medford, OR. Fire Information: 541-838-0770, Email address: millercomplex2017@gmail.com Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Officials have reduced the Miller Complex Area Closure The reduced area closure takes effect today, September 25, 2017. Due to the repair progress completed on both the Burnt Peak and Creedence fires, officials feel comfortable allowing recreationists and hunters back into the area. The Abney Fire area will remain closed for the time being as a safety precaution. For a more precise, technical definition of these closures, please see Forest Order Number 06-10-22-17-37, or visit the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest closure page at...

Closure Update 9/22 (Liberty Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 33 min ago
Please see attached PDF for State, Federal, and Local lands that are closed.

Horse Creek Complex & Rebel Fire Update - September 25, 2017 (Horse Creek Complex Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 42 min ago
Horse Creek Complex and Rebel Fire Update for Monday, September 25, 2017, 9 a.m. Fire Information: (541) 719-8371 Online: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ https://facebook.com/WillametteWildfires2017 Willamettewildfires2017@gmail.com Rebel Fire: 8,703 acres Horse Creek Complex: Olallie Lookout Fire, 1,572 acres; Roney Fire, 3,548 acres; Avenue Fire, 3,398 acres; Separation Fire, 17,914 acres; Nash Fire, 6,738 acres. Total all fires: 41,873 acres, no change from yesterday. Resources: Personnel, 312; Crews, 6; Helicopters, 1; Engines, 4; Water Tenders, 32; Skidgen, 1. Weather: A cool night at Wanoga Camp (25°F) and Hoodoo Incident Command Post (29°F) should slowly warm up as an inversion breaks near noon. Temperatures will range from the 50s on ridges to 60s in valleys. Relative humidity will decline as the day warms but climb back overnight. A few more clouds will move through Monday, but a gradual warming and drying trend will continue, with temperatures in...

High Cascades West Zone Update 9-25-2017 (High Cascades Complex Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 4 hours 57 min ago
High Cascades Complex - West Zone UpdateNorthwest Interagency Incident Management Team 8, Incident Commander: Tim Keith September 25, 2017 Special Announcements: Northwest Interagency Incident Management Team 8, Incident Commander, Tim Keith, assumed management of the High Cascades Complex - West Zone this morning at 7:00 am. The incident command post (ICP) is located at the Joseph Stewart State Park near Lost Creek Reservoir southwest of Prospect, Oregon. Air Quality: For the most, up to date air quality reported for your area see Air Now http://www.airnow.gov/ or the Oregon Smoke Blog http://oregonsmoke.blogspot.com Fire Information Center: (541) 316-8352 Available 8:00 am to 9:00 pm. Information Websites: Inciweb – https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5503 and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/R6RRSNF and https://facebook.com/UmpquaNationalForest/ Current Fire Information: The High Cascades Complex - West Zone is a compilation of fires started by lightning storms earlier this...

Jones & Kelsey Fire Update - September 25, 2017 (Kelsey Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 5 hours 2 min ago
Jones Fire / Kelsey Fire9/25/2017 - 8 a.m.Fire Information: (541) 937-5219 jonesfire2017@gmail.com Jones Fire - Size: 10,220 acres Containment: 80% Cause: LightningKelsey Fire - Size: 441 acres Containment: 15% Cause: Lightning Yesterday’s Activity - On the Jones Fire crews continued to collect and backhaul equipment and hose from the fireline. Timber slash removal and chipping operations have been completed on containment lines on the west side of the Jones Fire. Fire suppression repair is set to begin. Left disturbed, containment lines can affect natural drainages causing soil erosion, damaging fish habitat, and reducing water quality. Firefighters work to limit these effects through a variety of techniques, including the installation of water bars. Water bars divert the flow of rain or run off and prevent the water from carving channels through the recently disturbed soil. On the Kelsey Fire, crews made good progress establishing fireline on Bunchgrass Ridge and down the...

Jones & Kelsey Fire Update - September 25, 2017 (Jones Fire Wildfire)

Wildland Fire Incidents - 5 hours 8 min ago
Jones Fire / Kelsey Fire9/25/2017 - 8 a.m.Fire Information: (541) 937-5219 jonesfire2017@gmail.com Jones Fire - Size: 10,220 acres Containment: 80% Cause: LightningKelsey Fire - Size: 441 acres Containment: 15% Cause: Lightning Yesterday’s Activity - On the Jones Fire crews continued to collect and backhaul equipment and hose from the fireline. Timber slash removal and chipping operations have been completed on containment lines on the west side of the Jones Fire. Fire suppression repair is set to begin. Left disturbed, containment lines can affect natural drainages causing soil erosion, damaging fish habitat, and reducing water quality. Firefighters work to limit these effects through a variety of techniques, including the installation of water bars. Water bars divert the flow of rain or run off and prevent the water from carving channels through the recently disturbed soil. On the Kelsey Fire, crews made good progress establishing fireline on Bunchgrass Ridge and down the...

Wednesday Open House Scheduled at Wayne County Multi-Purpose Group Home

State - NC Police - 5 hours 35 min ago
Monday, September 25, 2017

The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice, in conjunction with the Methodist Home for Children, will host an open house at the Wayne County Multi-Purpose Group Home in Goldsboro to celebrate its repair and reopening following damages incurred during Hurricane Matthew.

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