If you want to know how this year’s fire season has shaped up – or wish to comment on issues concerning public lands – you might want to plan on attending the Bureau of Land Management meeting on Wednesday.
KIMBERLY, Idaho (KLIX) – Several fires are still burning in parts of Idaho, but the Bureau of Land Management says that calm winds throughout the night helped give firefighters the upper hand on a couple of the blazes: the Centennial and Sandpoint fires.
UPDATE: Interstate 84 reopened Tuesday after 5 p.m., and as of 9 p.m. the fire had burned roughly 3,000 acres. IDAHO/UTAH BORDER (KLIX) – Fire crews are battling a tough blaze near the Idaho/Utah border. Nine engines and crew are fighting to contain and get the blaze under control. No structure…
SHOSHONE, Idaho (News Release) – To help homeowners plan and prepare for the upcoming fire season, the Twin Falls BLM and Mid-Snake Resource Conservation & Development will host an open house from 4-6 p.m. May 20 at the CSI Breckenridge Firewise Garden.