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Wildfires Taming The Trees
FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2017, file photo, the Eagle Creek wildfire burns on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge near Cascade Locks, Ore. Wildfires that have blackened more than thousands of square miles across the American West have also ignited calls, including from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, for thinning of forests that have become so choked with trees that they're at "powder keg levels." (Genna Martin /seattlepi.com via AP, File)
Three Fountain firefighters headed to Montana this week to assist with suppression efforts at the West Fork Fire near Libby, Montana.
These golfers in Washington state give new meaning to the term "playing through." (Photo from Beacon Rock Golf Course Facebook page)
The Florence police and fire fepartments were called to 722 E. 3rd Street just after 2 p.m. on the report there may be a 14-year-old boy inside one of the trailers that caught fire. (photo courtesy Florence Police Department)
APTOPIX Western Wildfires
This Monday Sept. 4, 2017, photo provided by KATU-TV shows the Eagle Creek wildfire as seen from Stevenson Wash., across the Columbia River, burning in the Columbia River Gorge above Cascade Locks, Ore. A lengthy stretch of highway Interstate 84 remains closed Tuesday, Sept. 5, as crews battle the wildfire that has also caused evacuations and sparked blazes across the Columbia River in Washington state. (Tristan Fortsch/KATU-TV via AP)
Western Wildfires
FILE--This Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, file photo provided by KATU-TV shows a wildfire as seen from near Stevenson Wash., across the Columbia River, burning in the Columbia River Gorge above Cascade Locks, Ore. The fast-moving wildfire chewing through Oregon's Columbia River Gorge is threatening more than homes and people. It's also devouring the heart of the state's nature-loving identity. (Tristan Fortsch/KATU-TV via AP, file)