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Rimrock Meadows gets fire warning

Palisades wildfire prompts Level 1 evacuation notices

Douglas County officials battling several new fires

The state has mobilized fire crews for several new blazes in Douglas County. The fires were started by lightning Friday evening, Douglas County Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal said Saturday morning.

Lightning starts five more fires in Okanogan County

Five new fires were started by lightning Friday night in Okanogan County.

Holden Village trails closed due to fire

Wolverine Fire burning three miles north of Lucerne continues to grow; officials close trails leading into nearby Holden Village

Smokejumpers respond to fire on War Creek

Smokejumpers responded Thursday morning to a small fire at the head of War Creek in the Methow Valley Ranger District of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.

Twenty-One Grade, Williams Lake fires 90 percent contained

Fire crews are expected to pack up and head out from the Twenty-One Grade Fire burning between town and Republic today.

Lyman Lake fire contained last night

Fire crews extinguish lightning-sparked fire near Lyman Lake before it can grow.

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Newby Lake fire crosses forest boundary

Pushed by winds, the Newby Lake Fire that started last Thursday in British Columbia has crossed the Loomis state forest boundary near Snowshoe Meadow.

Officials warn of smoke in Okanogan County

Some people may find breathing difficult due to airborne particulates from fires burning throughout the region

Williams Fire reportedly 40 percent contained

Officials have reopened the Douglas Falls Campground and lifted all fire evacuation levels as crews keep blaze to 332 acres.

Newby Lake fire moving southeast

According to Canadian wildfire officials, the fire is burning in the Long Draw Creek area west of Goodenough Peak.

Wolverine Fire now visible in Lucerne

Officials continue Level 2 fire evacuation notices in Lucerne and Holden Village areas near Lake Chelan.

Asotin County fire grows to 2,500 acres in four hours

The state has authorized mobilization for a fire that started about 12:15 p.m. today and has already grown to 2,500 acres.

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Keller-area fire grows to 2,200 acres

Red Flag Warning has fire crews wary of possible fire expansion today

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Newby Lake Fire still active north of Arnold Peak

Fire burning brush and timber in remote area west of Keremeos, B.C., both north and south of the U.S.-Canada border.