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Official Fireworks In GField 07-04-21 07:31 S.S.

Reportedly the only official Independence Day fireworks display in our Tri-County area will be in Greenfield this year.  Although people are welcome to gather in Patriot Park starting at 5 p.m., organizers plan to start their fireworks show at 9 p.m.

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UPDATE 8 - Willow Fire 07-03-21 08:32 S.S.

Although some small spots within the 2,877 acre Willow Fire footprint continue to smolder and creep, the 87% contained wildfire is not expected to move beyond its current perimeter. All Evacuation Warnings have been lifted, and the fire is still expected to be fully contained by July 11th, 2021.

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UPDATE 7 - Willow Fire 06-28-21 22:01 S.S.

As of earlier this evening, Inciweb posted on their website (Inciweb.nwcg.gov) that firefighters had the 2,877-acre Willow Fire 87% contained.  The wildfire? burning east of Big Sur....in the Los Padres National Forest....began back on June 17th.

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UPDATE 5 - Willow Fire 06-26-21 21:33 S.S.

As of this afternoon (Saturday June 26th, 2021) the Willow Fire burning east of Big Sur....in the Las Padres National Forest....has burned 2,877 acres and is considered 56% contained. All road closures have been lifted, and all Evacuation Warnings have been lifted in Zones WF-2, WF-3b, and WF-4. The Evacuation Orders in Zones WF-1 and WF-3a have been downgraded to Evacuation Warnings, and Zone WF-6 (Marble Peak west to Zigzag Creek) still has an active Evacuation Order in place.
Reportedly 100 homes and 25 commercial structures are still threatened by the Willow Fire, that is believed to have broken out west of Arroyo Seco Campground the evening of June 17th.
See a live evacuation map, here.

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