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Be Fire Safe On Public Lands

Twin Falls- Fire officials want people to have fun this weekend, but they also want Memorial Day goers to be fire safe. The Bureau of Land Management want people to be cautious as the fire season gets closer. Kyli Gough, with

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Fire Training Around the Magic Valley

It’s going to be busy the next couple of weeks for area fire fighters. Many have come to the Magic Valley for training according to the Bureau of Land Management. They are getting ready for the upcoming fire season. The Twin Falls Fire District and Aviation Program has started classes. Ma

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Boys Sentenced for Setting Cop Cars Ablaze

KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) - Three Blaine County boys who pleaded guilty to setting fire to two police vehicles parked in front of officers' homes in Hailey in December 2010 have been sentenced in Juvenile Court. The Idaho Mountain Express reports detention sentences while the third received 45 days because of prior misdemeanor convictions. All were

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Sun Valley Officials Looking For “Computer Hacker”

(AP) - Authorities in  Sun Valley say someone with access to administrative computers entered a fire station and deleted electronic documents that are the kind typically used in a forensic audit to catch financial wrongdoing.  Mayor Dewayne Briscoe says someone logged in at the Elkhorn Fire Station and targeted specific dates.

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Fire/Water Damage Salt Lake City LDS Conference Center

(AP)  Parts of the LDS Conference Center in Salt Lake City have been damaged after a small fire triggered a deluge from a sprinkler system. Salt Lake City Fire Department officials say the sprinklers had already doused the flames when crews responded about 8:15 p.m. Monday. But the system had dumped thousands of gallons of water in the first few rows of the 21,000-seat auditorium.

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Idaho Fire Season Predicted To Be Normal

(AP)  Idaho expects a normal fire season - for now -- as much of the west braces for an active and dangerous season. The state's mountain ranges have normal snowpack, reservoirs are dumping water for snowmelt and early spring has brought more rain and snow, even in the desert-like south.

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Fire Season Starts Early

The fire season seems to be getting an early start.  Afternoon rain helped fire crews in Elmore County battle a wildfire about three miles south of Pine. The Curlew Fire grew to just over 200 acres of private land. No structures were threatened and firefi

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Man Arrested For Suspicion Of Arson At Filer Fairgrounds

A 19 year old man has been arrested after police say he started a fire at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds in Filer.  19 year old Roman Barbier was arraigned yesterday.  Barbier was with a group of juveniles who were playing at the fairgrounds Saturday afternoon.

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Hay Destroyed By Wind-Swept Fire At Oakley Dairy

A fire fueled by winds gusting up to 50 mph destroyed $300,000 worth of hay at the Wybenga Dairy near Oakley.  City of Oakley Fire Chief Harlo Clark says his crew was called out at 1 p.m. Wednesday and remained on the scene until 4 a.m. Thursday.

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Fire Destroys Home in Burley

Fire officials are calling a home destroyed by a in Burley a total loss. The blaze broke out at 1850 Bennett Avenue just before midnight. Investigators say the fire started in the garage of the home

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