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Fire officials aim to douse blazes fast, avoid megafires

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. officials said Thursday they will try to stamp out wildfires as quickly as possible this year as severe drought tightens its grip across the West and sets the stage for another destructive summer of blazes.

Three controlled burns escape in La Plata County

Durango Fire Protection District says conditions are different than in previous years

Boggy Draw prescribed burn resumes after rain delay

Smoke may be visible from Dolores, Mancos and Cortez

Fire starts on County Road 250 on Friday night

Blaze nearing containment, had burned about 4 acres as of Saturday morning

Brush fire erupts south of Cortez

Blaze spurs pre-evacuations, cuts off power

Prescribed fires in Dolores, Pagosa planned to begin next week

Smoke may be visible during burns to reduce wildfire danger

Is that smoke in the skies above Durango?

Red Flag Warnings issued for Southwest Colorado

Sen. Bennet aims to create jobs through wildfire prevention legislation

Outdoor Restoration Partnership Act would bring work to rural areas

Red flag warning in effect today in Southwest Colorado

Durango Fire Protection District cancels open burn permits

Sens. Bennet, Romney reintroduce wildfire cleanup bill

MATCH Act seeks to remove red tape around restoration, rehabilitation efforts

Volunteers plant trees in the 416 Fire burn area

Planting part of larger environmental restoration effort

Fire burned private property, not Oxbow Park, fire district says

Officials re-evaluated land boundaries on 2-acre burn