YREKA, Calif. –The McKinney Fire is now estimated to be 51k acres in the Klamath Nat’l Forest. Multiple Evacuation Orders and Warnings are still in effect for Siskiyou Co. residents. For updates on evacuations, visit the Facebook pages of the ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —The Klamath National Forest hosted a discussion Friday night, about how to use the remaining funds for a roadwork project. This comes after officials stopped a re-paving project last month. KNF stopped the re-paving work on Forest Road ...

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – A loyal Klamath National Forest law enforcement dog recently passed away. K9 “Ice” was the most decorated canine in the Forest Service’s Law Enforcement and Investigations brand. He reportedly retired last year after 12 years of ...

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – The majority of a wildfire burning in rural Siskiyou County has been contained. The Tennant Fire was first reported on the afternoon of June 28 in the Klamath National Forest near the junction of Highway 97 ...

This story was updated at 10:40 a.m. on Wednesday, June 30. SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – More evacuation warnings are in effect near a fire burning in Siskiyou County. The Tennant Fire was first reported Monday afternoon in the Klamath National ...

YREKA, Calif. – Two small fires have been detected in the Klamath National Forest after a thunderstorm rolled over the area Wednesday. The Forest Service said both fires are within the Salmon Scott Ranger District in Northern California. The Rays ...

 KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST, Cal. — Crews fighting the Lime Fire and Kidder 2 Fire in Siskiyou County have weather on their side, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy work. The Lime Fire was over 1600 acres and zero percent contained ...

KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST, Calif. – An increase in fires across California means there are limited crews working on the Lime Fire in Siskiyou County. The fire started during last week’s lightning storm and has burned about 1,100 hundred acres west ...

Klamath National Forest, Calif. – Crews are monitoring a lightning-caused fire deep in the Marble Mountain Wilderness in northern California. According to the U.S. Forest Service, the Island Fire started in the Klamath National Forest on June 25 14 approximately ...

Seiad Valley, Calif. — Crews are hoping cooler temperatures will help efforts fighting the more than 17,000-acre Gap Fire in Northern California. There are no longer any mandatory evacuation notices. However, evacuation advisories are still in effect. That means people ...

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