In total, active fires in Chelan County have scorched 134,814 acres, officials said this morning. That includes the 86,412-acre Chelan Complex, the 2,293-acre Fire Creek Fire, the 45,929-acre Wolverine Fire and the 180-acre Blankenship Fire.
Level 2 evacuations, meaning be prepared to leave, are in effect for the entire Spokane Indian Reservation due to the growing Carpenter Road Fire.
Closed Women, Infant and Children clinics are Grand Coulee, Inchelium, Keller, Nespelem, Omak and Republic.
The state Department of Natural Resources has established a wildfire hotline to serve residents of Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille counties.
Fire officials will host a community meeting at 7 tonight at Pateros High School to provide current information on the Chelan/Reach Complex.
Fire has knocked out the Loup Loup transmission line, leaving most of the Methow Valley without electricity.
FEMA authorized to provide local and state assistance.
Fires continue to threaten the Loup Loup transmission line, but the Okanogan County Public Utility District said it is trying to keep the line energized.
State Highway 20 closed at upper North B&O Road
The state Department of Natural Resources is shutting down all industrial forest activities in most of Eastern Washington for the first time in more than 20 years.
The state Department of Natural Resources is setting up coordination centers so qualified residents can join the fire fight in Okanogan County.
Confluence Health/Omak Clinic is closed this afternoon and Friday, but Mid-Valley Hospital and Mid-Valley Medical Group are remaining open.
National-level Type 1 team arrives to take over management of fires burning across Okanogan County
Ferry County Superior Court will be closed tomorrow due to wildfires burning across Ferry County.
Due to the Goodell Creek Fire, North Cascades National Park officials have canceled this coming weekend's planned anniversary celebration picnic.