The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Tuesday denied the state of Washington’s appeal seeking individual aid for the people impacted by the Carlton complex wildfire. The fire was the largest in the state’s recorded history and destroyed at least 340 homes in Central Washington, more than two-thirds of which were considered primary residences. But the fire, “was not of the severity and magnitude to…More
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UPDATE, 1:50 p.m. | After several days of rain and cooler weather, the campfire ban for camp sites in Lake Chelan National Recreation Area has been lifted. The ban was implemented when resources for containing any escaped fire were severely taxed by the many fires burning in the vicinity. For camping, hiking and fire information visit the North Cascades…More
The Wenatchee World PATEROS — The Carlton complex fires hit some families harder than others. Pateros Mayor Libby Harrison not only lost her house, but her mother and uncle lost theirs, too. Harrison stepped down from her job as mayor last week so she could focus on family needs, according to an announcement from the city. Harrison could…More
Malott, a town of 500 north of Brewster, Okanogan County, has been evacuated as one home burned Friday night, Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers said. Rogers said the Carlton Complex wildfire is moving in around the town along B and O Road. Residents are being asked to stay with family and relatives, or to seek shelter…More