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Keystone Fire in Southern Wyoming Now 75 Percent Contained

The contingency lines are important, as Medicine Bow National Forest Supervisor Dennis Jaeger explained in a news release Tuesday morning.

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Keystone Fire via Facebook
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Firefighters Begin to Control Wyoming Wildfire

Firefighters are taking advantage of the weather and wind patterns to conduct burnout operations.

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Keystone Fire via Facebook
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Rain Falls on Wyoming Wildfire, But Heavy Fuels Still Burn

The rain prompted firefighters to postpone a planned burnout along the southern side of the fire on Thursday.

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Keystone Fire via Facebook
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Keystone Fire in Southeastern Wyoming Caused by Lightning

Keystone Fire in Southeastern Wyoming Caused by Lightning

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David McNew, Getty Images
David McNew, Getty Images
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Firefighters Make Progress on Keystone Fire in Southeast Wyoming

About 560 firefighters are working to suppress the fire.

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Price of Water Set To Rise
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Cheyenne Water Still Safe Despite Fire Concerns

The fire is burning in a critical water collection and storage area.

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Keystone Fire, firefighter, burnout operation, InciWeb, July 2017
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Keystone Fire Continues To Grow [VIDEO] [UPDATE – DAY 8]

There’s been slow growth to the Keystone Fire in Albany County over the last few days, but it’s now burned nearly 2200 acres.

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Fire Crews Make Progress Against Southern Wyoming Blaze

The fire has evacuated the communities of Keystone, Rambler, Lake Creek and Moores Gulch and closed nearby camping areas in the forest.

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Keystone Fire in Southeast Wyoming Still Growing

Cabins remain evacuated in the Keystone area of Medicine Bow National Forest between Centennial and the Colorado line.

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Keystone Fire Could Affect Cheyenne Water Quality

Egenhoff says the water is safe to drink.

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