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TONASKET — Three wildfires burning in Okanogan County have been contained or are nearly contained, while another is zero percent contained.

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TONASKET – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to help with firefighting costs for the Anglin Fire burning east of town.

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TONASKET - Fire crews are responding to a handful of fires this evening throughout the northern portion of Okanogan County.

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NESPELEM — Area firefighters battled two wildfires earlier this week, with one on the Colville Indian destroying several buildings and threatening Nespelem School, the tribal corrections facility and other buildings.

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OMAK – Crews from several fire agencies spent the afternoon of July 18 battling a blaze in sagebrush, grass and a sawdust pile east of town.

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OMAK – About 150 acres of brush and grass burned Monday, July 6, northeast of town behind Rocky River HUD housing on the Colville Indian Reservation.

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MANSFIELD – A fire that charred 10,000 acres of grass, sage and wheat was stopped about three miles short of town but continued to burn as of Monday afternoon.

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OKANOGAN – The Spokane office of the National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for much of central Washington - including Okanogan and Methow valleys - calling for dry and gusty conditions Saturday, July 11.