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The ‘Big Blowup” of 1910 + Notable Colorado Fires

Starting in 1935, wildfire policy was "all fires out by 10 A.M." This policy was instituted and evolved out of a totally out of control wildfire called "The Big Blowup," that swept the Northern Rockies in 1910. 5 million acres burned and killed 78 firefighters {87 in all} during this catastrophic event which took place in just two days believe it or not.

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High Park Fire Sunday Afternoon
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High Park Fire: New Evacuations Ordered for Entire Pingree Park Road Area

As we lift an evacuation, here comes another.

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High Park Fire: An Evacuation Area Has Been Cleared

As the fire continues to burn there is some good news.

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High Park Fire: Health Advisory

Coaches, organizations, day camps and more have been really smart in rescheduling, relocating and flat out canceling strenuous activities since the High Park Fire. Here's how the air looks today.

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High Park Fire Now Over 43,000 Acres – Last Update 8:02 a.m. [VIDEO]

Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith says Human remains have been found in the burned home of a person reported missing after the start of the massive High Park Fire west of Fort Collins. The remains are believed to be those of 62-year-old Linda Steadman. The High Park Fire is currently at 43,433 acres with some containment.

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Many Horses Have Been Evacuated Due to The High Park Fire

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office said the High Park Fire has burned more than 43,000 acres now and damaged or destroyed 118 structures. More than 100 horses that have been evacuated from the fire, are at the Ranch. If you want to help,

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A Message From Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith To K99 Listeners

Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith has been in the news a lot lately. The High Park Fire west of Fort  Collins has put him front and center with the media.  The updates that we provide you at K99.com come directly from the Sheriff's office.  I requested Sheriff Smith as a friend on Facebook yesterday, and he sent me the following message to share with K99 listeners:

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BBB Advises Caution to Assure Fire Donations Reach Victims

Many people, seeing the devastation brought by area wildfires, are responding with generous gifts of time and money. The Better Business Bureau cautions givers to take steps to assure that their donations are going to legitimate and reputable charities and relief efforts that have the capability to help victims.

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Sleigh Riders Will Donate 100% of Proceeds To High Park Fire Cause [POLL]

This morning, the Sleigh Riders Motorcycle Toy Run, Inc. Board of Directors unanimously decided that 100% of money raised between today and the 'Summer Series' run on June 3oth will be donated to the High Park Fire cause.  {Official Cause: Lightning} What will it be used on or for?

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The High Park Fire: Do You Feel Helpless?

Shock and denial are typical, expected and part of the process.

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High Park Fire: Minute by Minute Update

At this hour here is what we know.

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How You Can Help With The Fire – Brian’s Blog

We have had so many people and wonder what they can do to help with the fire situation. We all want to do something and the sad thing is there is really nothing we can do. We can sure give to the Red Cross, that always helps. There are animals at the Ranch and the Larimer Humane Society that need some food. The number one thing we can all do though is to STAY AWAY!

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