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NEWS: Friday May 28, 2010

May 28th @ 11:06 am

Beaver Fire Update::Fire crews continue to secure the perimeter of the Beaver Fire.  The fire weather during the last few days has been a good test to determine that the fire crews’ efforts should keep the fire from growing.  There is a Red Flag Warning in the area again today due to warm weather, low [...]

NEWS: Friday May 28, 2010

May 28th @ 5:53 am

Another Republican intends on challenging the Garfield County Sheriff this August by submitting more than enough signatures to the County Clerk’s Office.  According to the Daily Sentinel, Doug Winters has high hopes for winning the Primary ticket against incumbent Lou Vallario. Winters says he questions the Sheriff’s decision to enter into a personal relationship with [...]

NEWS: Thursday May 27, 2010

May 27th @ 9:31 am

Beaver Fire Update::Fire crews continued to make significant progress on the Beaver Fire.  The anticipated increase in wind did not materialize on Wednesday; however fire officials are expecting warmer, dryer conditions to continue today along with an increase in winds. There is a Red Flag Warning for the area from 11 am to 9 pm [...]

NEWS: Wednesday May 26, 2010

May 26th @ 9:57 am

Throughout the week, Christ’s Kitchen in Montrose serves the hungry and on Saturday, Weekend Blessing does the same. This new group works with local churches in making the sack lunches.  Lunches can be picked up Saturdays at 11:30a-12:30p at The Road Home (831 N. Selig, Montrose) or 1302 E. Main, Montrose (the corner of Main [...]

NEWS: Wednesday May 26, 2010

May 26th @ 5:57 am

The Mesa County Landfill Manager accused of stalking and harassment among other things was fired yesterday. The Daily Sentinel says the firing comes six days after Bob Edmiston turned himself in to authorties following a week-long investigation by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.  Edmiston alledgely had a years-long affair with a co-workers wife and used [...]

NEWS: Tuesday May 25, 2010

May 25th @ 10:02 am

Beaver Fire Update::Fire crews continued to make progress on the Beaver Fire as the fire transitions from a local Type III fire management organization to a Type II Incident Management Team. The need for a Type II team is based on a complexity analysis of the fire situation and the team can provide the resources [...]

NEWS: Monday May 24, 2010

May 24th @ 12:13 pm

Fire officials have taken advantage of the cooler, wetter weather to begin to make progress on a 3,200-acre fire near Norwood today. With the smoke cleared and the winds lessened, firefighters have begun to construct a line around the Beaver Fire to the north and east of Highway 145 near Norwood. The fire has so [...]

NEWS: Monday May 24, 2010

May 24th @ 5:57 am

Fire officials say downed powerlines near Highway 145 and Goodenough Road are the cause of a 3,000-acre fire burning near Norwood. Fire activity intensified Sunday afternoon as wind gusts picked up. The most intense activity has been to the north and east in MacKenzie Canyon. Additional resources have been sent to provide structure protection for [...]

NEWS: Sunday May 23, 2010

May 23rd @ 4:44 pm

Fire officials say downed powerlines near Highway 145 and Goodenough Road are the cause of a 3,000-acre fire burning near Norwood today. Fire activity intensified this afternoon as wind gusts picked up. The most intense activity has been to the north and east in MacKenzie Canyon. Additional resources have been sent to provide structure protection [...]