Hewlett Gulch Fire

Crews putting down straw in the burn area (credit: CBS)

Crews Perform Mitigation To Help Protect Greeley’s Drinking Water

An attack is now under way to prevent the damage done by the two recent wildfires from getting worse. It’s a fight to save the reservoir providing drinking water to tens of thousands of people.

07/17/2012

The Poudre River was running black after debris and ash flowed into the water during Friday's heavy rains. (credit: CBS)

After Rain, Mudslides, Flooding Become Biggest Threats

With recent heavy rains and more in the forecast for the weekend, the High Park Fire and Hewlett Gulch Fire burn areas are no longer at an extreme risk for fire but have the potential for mudslides and flash flooding.

07/07/2012

Highway 14 in Poudre Canyon was closed Friday afternoon because of mudslides in the High Park Fire burn area. (credit: CBS)

Highway 14 In Poudre Canyon Reopens After Flash Flooding, Mudslides

Flash flooding in Larimer County caused the closure of Highway 14 in the Poudre Canyon due to mudslides on Friday.

07/06/2012

The Hewlett Gulch Trail (credit: CBS)

Hewlett Gulch Trail Remains Closed Because Of Wildfire

A trail in Larimer County is still closed because of the Hewlett Gulch Fire.

06/04/2012

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