Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 9,114 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire has had significant growth over the past 24 hours with current estimates at 9,114 acres. The fire is only five percent contained.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 6,235 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire in Jackson County near Walden has burned 6,235 acres in heavy beetle kill forest.
Flashback Friday: Historic Heat Drives Record Wildfire Season In ColoradoIf you lived in Colorado during June 2012 chances are that you remember the month very well.
Brush Fire Breaks Out In Eastern Colorado Near StrasburgA wildfire broke out on Colorado's Eastern Plains early Friday afternoon in hot temperatures.
Beaver Creek Fire Could Burn For Weeks, Possibly MonthsThe Beaver Creek Fire in Jackson County near Walden could burn for weeks if not months. The 5,400 acre fire is burning in heavy beetle kill forest.
Firefighters Work Through The Night To Contain WildfireFirefighters planned to work through the night on Thursday into Friday morning to try to get the upper hand on a wildfire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming border.
Better Mapping Puts Beaver Creek Fire At 5,368 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming state line has been downgraded from 7,000 acres to 5,368 acres due to better mapping.
Winds, Beetle Kill Continue To Fuel Beaver Creek Fire Estimated At 7,000 AcresErratic winds on Wednesday could continue to fuel a forest fire burning in Northern Colorado.
Grass Fire Destroys Train Trestle In Kiowa CountyA grass fire burned in rural Kiowa County on Wednesday morning and charred a train trestle.
Beaver Creek Wildfire Burns 3,800 Acres, Evacuations OrderedA forest fire continued to burn unchecked Tuesday in the Routt National Forest in Northern Colorado and evacuations have been ordered.
Firefighters Quickly Contain Grass Fire In Fort CollinsFirefighters quickly gained control of a brush fire burning at the end of West Horsetooth Road on Tuesday afternoon.
Park County Under Mandatory Fire Ban, Officials Say They've Been 'Lucky'Extreme heat, a lack of new moisture, wind and low humidity are all creating very dangerous fire conditions in Park County.

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