The National Interagency Fire Center is expecting average activity for significant wildfires in May, June, and July. This is based on a number of factors.
MISSOULA – Missoula fire officials are issuing some safety reminders as open burning season is officially underway in Western Montana.
HELENA – People in Helena may have noticed smoke on Mount Helena on Tuesday, April 9 coming from from a controlled burn.
LAME DEER – The fire in Lame Deer that burned 1,700 acres was started by a house fire, officials said Monday.
HELENA – Just after 12:00 p.m. on Friday April 5 firefighters responded to a wildland fire in the area of Keir Road to the east of Helena.
KALISPELL – Officials say that a Tuesday grass fire in Whitefish was sparked after a controlled debris burn that got out of hand.
York Fire had asked the county for permission to annex an area that is north of their current service area and south of the Gates of the Mountains Wilderness.
HELENA- Helena-area Fire Officials are once again warning people to be vigilant of snow around their homes blocking exhaust vents.
BOZEMAN – The developer behind Bozeman’s SoBo Lofts is planning to begin construction anew after an investigation is complete into the fire that destroyed the building that was under construction.
HELENA – Fire mitigation experts say now is the time to start preparing your property for potential wildfires even with the snow and freezing temperatures.
BOZEMAN- Throughout Thursday, Bozeman Fire Department continued to spray water on an apartment complex under construction on Babcock and 7th after a fire burned the
HELENA – Snow-buried fire hydrants can be a safety issue during severe winter weather, as local officials are doing their best to prevent any potential dilemma in case of emergency by informing citizens to make certain they keep hydrants outside of their homes and on sidewalks clear and visible.
GREAT FALLS – On Monday, firefighters with Great Falls Fire Rescue were able to use Longfellow Elementary School for training.
HELENA – The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for seasonal firefighting jobs across the state.
EVERGREEN – A crucial levy for Evergreen Fire Rescue will expire on June 30, 2019, and they are asking for the community’s help.