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Tips To Help Protect Your Property From Wildfires

With the High Park Fire buring in Larimer County, leaving one woman dead, destroying hundreds of buildings and forcing the evacuation of thousands in the past few days alone, insurance companies are reminding you to be aware of your family's exposure to wildfire risks and to take steps now to protect your homes and property.

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Helicopter Fights High Park Fire
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High Park Fire – Incredible Firefighting Photos [PICTURE Gallery]

My wife Jenny has a friend named Ken who is an amazing photographer.  Recently he took his camera up to Horsetooth Reservoir to take some pictures of the High Park Fire.  He was kind enough to share some of the unbelievable shots that he captured.

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High Park Fire near Horsetooth Reservoir
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High Park Fire -Thursday Update [5:00 a.m.]

The strong smell of smoke is in the air this morning all along the Front Range. A WILDFIRE SMOKE HEALTH ADVISORY is in effect for areas north northwest to north northeast of the High Park Fire to the Wyoming state line and south southeast along the Front Range. Cities include, but are not limited to Poudre Park, Livermore, Ft Collins, Longmont, Loveland, Boulder, and Greeley.  The High Park Fire is now at 46,820 acres with 10% containment.

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Thank you notes on firetruck at High Park Fire
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K99 Wants to Send Your ‘Thank You’ Message to the Firefighters Battling the High Park Fire

We came across a photo of a "Thank You" note on a firetruck at the High Park Fire online and that got us thinking, let's all say "Thank You" to those helping fight the High Park Fire!

We want you to share your "Thank You" to the hundreds of brave firefighters helping our community.

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Fort Collins Water Quality Not Affected by High Park Fire, City Is Monitoring

The City of Fort Collins Utilities wants residents to know it’s taking steps to make sure the cities drinking water is not affected by the High Park Fire. Fort Collins’ drinking water quality has not been affected by recent fires. Officials can expect Fort Collins’ water quality to remain at an expected high level.

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High Park Fire: Pre-Evacuations Ordered

Residents of Glacier View have been put on notice.

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High Park Fire Old Town Fort Collins
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High Park Fire: Losing Everything But Hope [VIDEO]

I first talked about the High Park Fire Saturday morning during my weekend shift... I announced that it was between 40 and 50 acres. Today, I'm announcing that it is closing in on 47 thousand acres and counting.

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Local Businesses Step Up to Donate Goods – High Park Fire

It’s been tough to find the silver lining in the big black clouds of the High Park Fire, which is now at 46,600 acres with 10+% containment. 1000 personnel are working the fire today.

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Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith Interviewed by Brian & Todd [AUDIO]

Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith was on with the Good Morning Guys this morning to discuss the High Park Fire west of Fort  Collins. The Sheriff gave Brian and Todd an update on the progress on the fire and let them know what K99 listeners can do to help.  We have that interview for you.

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High Park Fire behind Horsetooth Reservoir
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High Park Fire Update – Wednesday Morning [VIDEO]

Some progress is being made on the High Park Fire. It is now at 43,372 acres and 10% contained.  The evacuation area south of County Road 38E from Gindler Ranch Road west to Milner Ranch Road was lifted yesterday. However, new evacuations were ordered yesterday.

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High Park Fire Sunset
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High Park Fire Sunset – Devastating Yet Beautiful [PICTURES]

How can something so devastating be so beautiful? The High Park Fire has taken a life!  Dozens of homes have been lost!  Thousands of acres of forest have been destroyed! Through all of that, the sunsets have been spectacular.

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High Park Fire Could Burn Into the Fall

The High Park Fire is now at least 45,000 with only 5% containment but the incident commander said earlier today that this fire could burn into the Fall season.  Last update on acreage was at 10:30 this morning and it was at 43,433 acres.

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