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Thursday, August 20, 2015


Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
215 Melody Lane
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Date:  August 20, 2015
Contacts: Public Affairs Specialist Robin DeMario, 509-664-9292

Fire Information Contacts
         Wenatchee—With so many fires burning in North Central and Eastern Washington, trying to find updated information about fires may be overwhelming for some people. 

The first source to go to for fire information is InciWeb, a web site that has information about most large fires burning across the United States; go to http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/ to access this site.

Information on large fires burning in North Central Washington can be found at:

·         Chelan Complex (includes the Wolverine, Blankenship, Reach, First Creek, and Black Canyon fires)
·         Okanogan Complex (includes Twisp River, Nine Mile, Lime Belt, Tunk Block, Blue Lake, and Beaver fires)
·         North Star Fire Fire

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