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Wildfire News Of The Day (the Firebomber Publications blog) provides comprehensive international wildfire news. Subscribers include over 10,000 personnel from fire agencies, contractors, and government entities on five continents. "BEST NEWSLETTER I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY 32 YEARS IN THE FIRE SERVICE" - San Diego Fire Department Chief Brian Fennessy.

Friday, July 20, 2018

More firefighters join battle against Yosemite blaze


A summary of wildfire activity across the U.S., where blazes have already scorched 3.3 million acres this year, showed that reinforcements have arrived on the fireline at the Ferguson Fire, burning near Yosemite National Park, which has already killed one firefighter and injured two others.

More firefighters join battle against Yosemite blaze

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Firefighters battle wildfires and heat on West Coast


An NBC News video segment provides an update on numerous wildfires burning across the West, particularly in West Coast states.

Firefighters battle wildfires and heat on West Coast

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

160 wildfires are burning in Southern Oregon, bringing evacuations and concern over growth


As around 160 wildfires burned across southern Oregon, the Oregon Department of Forestry said that their firelines are holding, but 30-year veterans said they had never seen a fire season start this early or this intensely.

160 wildfires are burning in Southern Oregon, bringing evacuations and concern over growth

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Lightning sparks around 100 fires in Southwest Oregon, other wildfires continue to burn


As firefighters battled nearly a dozen major blazes, lightning once again got the blame for around 100 new fire starts across the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in southwest Oregon.

Lightning sparks around 100 fires in Southwest Oregon, other wildfires continue to burn

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Monday, July 16, 2018

Dry weather, lightning igniting wildfires across the West


Triple-digit temperatures being forecast for much of the West over the next few days was worrisome news for firefighters battling nearly three dozen major blazes across the region.

Dry weather, lightning igniting wildfires across the West

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Friday, July 13, 2018


A wildfire policy expert weighed in on the wildfires he considers to be the most worrisome as dozens burn across the West.

The Most Worrying Wildfires Burning in the U.S. Right Now

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Wildfires spread across West, including one so large it can be seen from space


As the NIFC reported that 55 large wildfires had scorched 1,130,233 acres in the West, NASA's Suomi NPP satellite shows Nevada's massive Martin Fire, which is now more than half the size of Rhode Island, as seen from space.

Wildfires spread across West, including one so large it can be seen from space

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