As of Sunday evening, the three major fires burning in the region had consumed nearly 109,000 acres of land.
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Three major fires have grown to 94,047 acres in the Umatilla National Forest weeks after being sparked by lightning strikes, with fire crews making slow progress Wednesday, July 21, in containing the wildfires amid dry and windy conditions.
Multiple fires continue to burn in the Umatilla National Forest on Monday, July 19, amidst constant dry and hot conditions.
Firefighters working on several area wildfires continue to battle against hot, dry weather and "torching" embers from burning trees.
NESPELEM, Wash. – Lean and weathered, a horseman by trade who has broken his shoulders twice riding broncs and racing, Ralph Moses is Nez Perc…
Crews continued to fight multiple fires in the Umatilla National Forest on Saturday, July 17, with the Green Ridge Fire near Walla Walla nearly doubling in size from Friday and fires burning near Asotin and Troy, Ore., continuing to gain ground.
BREAKING: Gov. Jay Inslee Wednesday announced an emergency drought declaration to cover nearly all of Washington.