Governor Steve Bullock has created a new advisory council to help examine the current conditions of Montana’s forests and mitigate wildfire danger. The Montana Forest
BRIDGER – A Bridger man has been identified as the victim who died in a house fire. Carbon County Sheriff Josh McQuillan said in a
MISSOULA – Investigators are trying to determine what sparked a structure fire off of Big Flat Road in Missoula on Monday morning. Missoula Rural Fire
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.
LAME DEER – The fire in Lame Deer that burned 1,700 acres was started by a house fire, officials said Monday. Rosebud County Sheriff Allen Fulton
UPDATE Residents are being evacuated to Lame Deer High School. The Rosebud County Sheriff’s Office reports Highway 212 west of Lame Deer is currently closed
WHITEHALL, Mont. – A fire early Saturday morning in Whitehall destroyed some trailer homes in a junkyard south of town. The Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department
BUTTE – Firefighters in Butte put out a fire to a storage shed at a residence on Evans Avenue Wednesday evening. The fire was reported
Fire mitigation experts say now is the time to start preparing your property for potential wildfires even with the snow and freezing temperatures. “Now is
HELENA – The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for seasonal firefighting jobs across the state. The DNRC said they need to
The Helena Fire Department says a fire on Friday has likely left an apartment building uninhabitable. Fortunately, there were no injuries reported. Callers reported the fire
On Sunday, flames and heavy black smoke rose from a saddle shop in the 2600 block of Tuohy Road in the Helena Valley. The fire
Butte-Silver Bow firefighters say that a house fire early Tuesday was caused by candles. In a Facebook post, they wrote: “CANDLES ARE THE CAUSE OF THIS
MISSOULA – There are over 1,000 home structure fires that involve decorations, candles and Christmas trees every year. The Missoula Rural Fire District is passing along
MISSOULA – Firefighters are reminding residents to refresh their safety measures when staying warm this winter after several recent fires that were started by heating devices.