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Members of the Type 2 EFF Upper Tanana #2 Crew line up to grid for hot spots on the Caribou Fire near the Canadian Border on Sept. 11, 2017. Photo by Neal Charlie//Alaska Division of Forestry

Last of the EFF crews to return from Lower 48 fire Sunday

(FAIRBANKS, Alaska) – The final four of the 23 Type 2 emergency firefighter crews (EFF) who have fought fire in the Lower 48 this year are returning to Alaska Sunday afternoon after spending two weeks working on a wildfire in Montana. The returning crews – Nulato, Marshall, Upper Tanana #2 and Fairbanks #1 – are […]

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Galena Area Fires update; July 13

July 13, 2015 Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram/transitioning to Erin Burkhammer & Mike Johnson  Phone: 907-987-9838 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone. The major firefighting efforts at […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, July 12

July 12, 2015 Contact: Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram Phone: 907-987-9838 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone, stretching over 150 river miles from east to west. The […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, July 11

July 11, 2015 Contact: Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram Phone: 907-987-9838 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone, stretching over 150 river miles from east to west. The […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, July 10

July 10, 2015 Contact: Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram Phone: 907-987-9838 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone, stretching over 150 river miles from east to west. The […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, July 9

Contact: Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram Phone: 907-987-9838 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone, stretching over 150 river miles from east to west. The major firefighting efforts […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, July 8

Contact: Public Information Officer: Peri Suenram  Phone: 907-987-9838 July 8, 2015 What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires are located on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone, stretching over 150 river miles from east to west. The major […]

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Alaska Closures and Evacuation Summary, June 30, 2015, 5:30 p.m.

  June 30, 2015, 5:30 p.m. • Aggie, #515 Located 30 miles northwest of Fairbanks The western portion of the White Mountains National Recreation Area, including all trails and lands, has been closed due to fire activity. The temporary closure order will be posted at the major entry points to the closure area at MP […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, June 30

June 30, 2015 Contact: Public Information Officers: Bob MacGregor & Peri Suenram Phone: 907-987-9838 *Note New Phone* What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone. The major firefighting efforts at this […]

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Galena Zone Fires update, June 29

June 29, 2015 Contact: Public Information Officer: Bob MacGregor Phone: 907-987-9838 *Note New Phone* What: Galena Zone Fires Cause: Lightning Location: A series of fires on both sides of the Yukon River within the Galena Fire Management Zone and the western end of the Tanana Zone. The major firefighting efforts at this time are concentrated […]

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