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Fire danger increases in Spokane County

July 2, 2013

The fire danger on Department of Natural Resources protected lands in Spokane and Lincoln counties and Stevens County Fire Districts 1 and 2 has been increased to “high.”
In Pend Oreille County the fire danger has been increased to “moderate.”
A statewide burn ban on all DNR protected land will remain in effect until Sept. 30.

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