Fire crews may have saved several homes Thursday afternoon that were threatened by a wildland fire northwest of Missoula.
Fire crews have about 50-percent containment on a blaze located about 20 miles northwest of Missoula, near Frenchtown.
A wildland fire reported Sunday afternoon near Frenchtown grew to 9 acres before sunset.
Investigators said the popular explosive target caused a Florence wildfire in August.
Fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association have moved the fire danger to “High” starting, Tuesday September 23rd.
A helicopter crew now puts the size of the Lost Mine Loop Fire at approximately 150 acres.
A new size-up the wildfire burning south of Missoula puts the blaze at 30 to 40 acres. According to the Missoula Rural Fire Department, the fire was started at…
The Madison Fire is now estimated to be 21 acres in size
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