NEWS, JUNE 8TH

Glenwood Springs–Today marks the 10th anniversary of the most destructive fire in Glenwood Springs’ history. The Coal Seam Fire ignited in the South Canyon area and with sustained gusty winds, rapidly grew. The fire eventually scorched over 12 thousand acres and destroyed 29 homes.

Glenwood Springs–The White River National Forest has implemented a fire ban in the wake of the dry conditions. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office joined effort with a fire ban in unincorporated areas.

Denver–State officials say the snowpack in Colorado is gone. Colorado conservationist Phyllis Phillps says every major river basin is reporting no snow.

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