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Horse Gulch Fire - July 17

Yesterday on the north flank of the fire, crews conducted tactical firing operations in the afternoon from the established control line to the fire's edge, which widened fire lines and generated an expected smoke plume.
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Horse Gulch Fire

Northern Rockies Team 8, a Type III Incident Management Team led by Incident Commander Brad Bergman assumed command of the Horse Gulch Fire on July 11th at 6:00 a.m.
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Horse Gulch Fire July 16

CURRENT STATUS Yesterday, Horse Gulch fire operations determined the control line would reasonably hold the fire from Cave Gulch Road on the southern edge west along Jimtown Road and north to Kingsberry Gulch.
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Horse Gulch Fire July 15

CURRENT STATUS Yesterday, crews and aerial assets were successful in containing two large spot fires that took root outside the fire area during the wind event on Saturday afternoon.
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July 14: Horse Gulch Fire Update

Another Red Flag Warning has been issued from noon until midnight today for hot temperatures, gusty winds, and low relative humidity levels over the fire area. Peak winds are expected around 9 PM this evening.
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Forest Service Order: Horse Gulch Fire

Order Number: # 01-15-12-24-07 US. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest Helena and Townsend Ranger Districts Area/Road/TraiI Closure — Horse Gulch Fire PROHIBITIONS
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Townsend Senior Center - 50 Year Open House Celebration

The Townsend Senior Center hosts 50 Year Anniversary Celebration
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Montana: 1 Of 4 States Helping Securities Fraud Victims

Helena, Montana – In 2023, consumers reported losing more than $4.6 billion to investment scams nationwide, according to the Federal Trade Commission. To date, national data indicates investment-related fraud in 2024 is among the fastest-growing types in the United States.
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Correction To Water Rate Increase

n the June 28 Issue of MT43 News (V2 Edition 51) the article titled "Standing Room Only as City Hears Concerns Over Water Rate Increases" incorrectly stated the dates of the water increases. The article stated the increases would take place on Sept. 1, 2024, Nov. 1, 2024 and July 1, 2025. The dates are Sept.1 2024, Nov. 1 2024 and Jan. 1, 2025.
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County Approves $17.6 Million Budget For 2024-25 Fiscal Year

Broadwater County Commissioners signed off on a $17.6 million budget for the fiscal year that began July 1.The commission did not receive public comment during the hearing opening their June 26 regular meeting.
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