Dry Gulch Fire

Idaho Department of Lands

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Clarkston, Wa. –The Dry Gulch fire grew more than 13,000 acres yesterday. All significant growth has been to the west and south as the fire moves into increasingly rugged terrain and heavy fuels.

Idaho Department of Lands Fire Update 7-10-21

Idaho Department of Lands

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(Boise) – Lightning storms with multiple strikes have resulted in fires in north and north central Idaho. Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) and Timber Protection Association firefighters are fighting numerous fires. Many fires are now part of complexes with new names. Detailed information will be sent out by the Incident Management Team.  This is the update.

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School Supply Drive

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Snake River Complex Fire Information

Idaho Department of Lands

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Current Status: The Snake River Complex comprises the Shovel Creek, Captain John Creek, and Hoover Ridge fires, all started by lightening on July 7 on ID Dept of Lands Craig Mountain Forest Protective District. Northern Rockies Incident Management Team 4 took command of the incident at 6:00 a.m. July 10, 2021.

Andrus Fire Update 7-10-21

Washington State Patrol

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Cheney, WA –Overnight crews continued the process of identifying hotspots within the fire perimeter using infrared scanners.The fire is now 80% contained.  Firefighters will continue the process of demobilization today.  A smaller contingent of resources will remain behind for several more days to assist the local agencies.

Waha fires evacuation update


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On July 9, 2021 at approximately 4:00 pm Nez Perce County Sheriff's Department was asked by the Idaho Department of Lands to evacuate the areas South and West of Waha Road and Zaza Road. This includes the Waha Lake area, Waha Glenn area and the RedBird Road area.

Dixie Fire Update

US Department of Agriculture

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KAMIAH, Idaho: July 9, 2021—The Grangeville Interagency Dispatch Zone, which includes lands and fire response areas for the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Department of Lands, Clearwater-Potlatch Timber Protective Association, and Nez Perce Tribe, has coordinated initial attack responses for over 70 new wildland fires that have started since Monday, July 5. These land managers are working closely together to determine response priorities and how to most efficiently share and allocate their limited firefighting resources based on real-time information and values at risk.


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