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News stories tagged with "firefight"

Dry Spell and Adirondack Fires Continue

Volunteer crews and state forest rangers continue to battle fires in the Adirondacks. Dry conditions continue. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Six Adirondack Fires Since August 1

Dry windy weather and the carelessness of a half-dozen campers have brought a flurry of forest fires in the Adirondacks. Six blazes have been reported since August first. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Dry Spell Heats Up Fire Season

The fire danger is high--the DEC has suspended all burning permits in several counties, and there have been fires in the Adirondacks. Martha Foley talks with a ranger about what's happening as the dry spell intensifies.  Go to full article

Fire Crews Battle Dozens of Blazes

In the last week, volunteer fire crews and state forest rangers have battled more than two dozen blazes across the north country. This spring's unseasonably dry, hot weather is expected to continue and officials worry that more fires are coming. As Brian Mann reports, trees damaged by the ice storm of 1998 are adding fuel to these fires.  Go to full article

Writer Chronicles Adirondack Fire Towers

Brian Mann talks with Marty Podskoch, a historian who's working on a book about fire towers in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

Forest Fire in Town of Keene

The latest Adirondack forest fire claimed ten acres in the town of Keene yesterday. Firefighters responded to reports of smoke just after 2 o'clock. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

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