According to an InciWeb update, the Bacon Rind Fire south of Big Sky stands at 3,700 acres and has resulted in several closures in Yellowstone
Story by John Riley, MTN News HELENA, Mont. – On Friday the U.S. Forest Service announced planned prescribed burns for the Helena-Lewis & Clark National
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – The Howe Ridge Fire, which has destroyed historic cabins and forced evacuations, has seen a reduction in fire behavior which has allowed firefighters
The Bacon Rind Fire south of Big Sky is starting to rekindle as the weather dries up. The fire, burning on Yellowstone National Park lands,
The Custer-Gallatin National Forest says gusty winds and drier conditions have combined to cause the Bacon Rind fire south of Big Sky to flare up.
A wildfire is burning north of Winifred in Fergus County. The Rose Creek Fire has burned an estimated 1,086 acres as of Tuesday, according to
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – The fire danger level in Yellowstone National Park is back up to “High.” Park officials say continued warm, dry weather has
HOT SPRINGS, Mont. – Crews are continuing to make good progress in containing the Rattlesnake fire that’s burning outside of Hot Springs in Sanders County.
LIBBY, Mont. – Hundreds of firefighters are continuing to battle a trio of wildfires that are burning on the Kootenai National Forest in Lincoln County.
POPLAR, Mont. – A fire that started on Friday evening north of Poplar has burned an estimated 6,400 acres. Poplar Volunteer Fire Department reported that
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – Crews are continuing to battle the Boundary fire that’s burning in the northeast part of Glacier National Park near the Canadian border. The
The Poplar Volunteer Fire Department reported early Sunday morning that fire lines were holding for the fire burning north of Poplar. According to PVFD, crews were
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – New numbers show that the estimated cost for the Howe Ridge fire is $7.83 million as the fire has burned structures
HOT SPRINGS, Mont. – The Rattlesnake fire burning 10 miles northeast of Hot Springs has showed little growth. The blaze, which is burning on the
HOT SPRINGS – It’s been cooler, but fire season in Montana isn’t over, as evidenced by a new fire start near Hot Springs on Thursday.