Visitors planning their final summer trip to the Medicine Bow National Forest are reminded to be aware of these and other potential dangers as well as their responsibility in making their stay safe and enjoyable.
Rain and cooler temperatures have slowed down the Squirrel Creek Fire, allowing firefighters access into the fire's perimeter of up to 100 feet. Authorities expect it to be fully contained by the end of Sunday, July 8.
The KOWB News Center was escorted by the US Forrest Service, in conjunction with California Interagency Incident Management, to the fire line of the Squirrel Creek Fire. Here's some photos from that trip.
An inter-departmental panel addressed questions from the public about the Squirrel Creek Fire on Tuesday night. Approximately 300 people gathered in the Laramie Jr. High gymnasium Tuesday evening to get the latest about the blaze and to pose questions to the panel. Here are some informational highlights from the discussion.
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