By Huckleberry Press / January 15, 2022 /
first glimpse of fire damage

I had such dreams for this place, til they went up in smoke in the Labor Day, 2020 Whitney Wildfire. But the beauty of my surroundings is still inspiring. There’s a rock outcropping here on my little ranch that I call the South Bluff, which is beautiful at sunset with the sun’s rays warming its dark basalt rock. Then, there’s the big one, the West Bluff, most beautiful at sunrise. It runs along the ranch like a knife has carved out a line, leaving you with no alternative but to obey its boundary. I see them now like I didn’t before the fire.

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Lifting the Level 4 Industrial Fire Precaution to Permit Salvage Logging Activities

By Huckleberry Press / August 28, 2015 /

The Stevens County Commissioners are actively working with the Department of Natural Resources, area legislators, as well as the Governor’s Office to lift the Level 4 Industrial Fire Precaution (IFPL)…

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Thank You Fire Fighters!

By Huckleberry Press / August 27, 2015 /
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Red Cross: Washington Wildfires Update 08-22-2015 – 11 a.m. update

By Huckleberry Press / August 22, 2015 /

08-22-2015 – 11 a.m. update Red Cross Opens 13 Shelters in 7 Days; Ongoing Red Cross Wildfire Evacuation Shelter and Disaster Response Services 8-22-15:  The Red Cross continues to play a critical role in the wildfire…

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