Firefighters Attack New Fire in Southeastern Montana
Assisted by helicopters and an air-tanker, firefighters in southeastern Montana worked Monday afternoon on firing operations and line construction on the Horse Creek Fire, which is 30 miles south of Hysham, and ignited Sunday afternoon.
Third and final reading for the assessment ordinance regarding the Sheridan Commercial Park special improvement district #78 will be considered by the Sheridan City Council this evening. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.
Named the most dangerous fire in Montana history, as of last night, over 157-thousand acres have been burned in the Ash Creek Fire on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation near Ashland and Lame Deer, Montana. Hot, dry, and windy conditions continue to make this an extremely dangerous fire as it is rapidly moving to the north and east. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott hopped a bus bringing in supplies to Ashland and brings us this story.
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