DARBY – A Bitterroot National Forest firefighter missing since Sunday afternoon was found alive Monday afternoon by search crews.
The conditions that allowed the Olin fire to quickly spread to more than 1,200 acres over the weekend has one fire official concerned.
FLORENCE — Volunteer firefighters in Florence will likely undergo a new level of scrutiny before being allowed to respond to wildland fires in the future.
Making rural homes more resistant to fire is the best way to reduce the number of homes lost to wildland fires, according to a recent paper published by Missoula researchers.
The Rosebud Battlefield State Park, located south of Busby, has reopened following an emergency closure sparked by a fire.
RED LODGE — When Shawn Pearson and his Northern Rockies Type 2 firefighting team arrived here Aug. 22, resources were scarce because large fires were burning across the West.
The Shoshone National Forest has implemented a closure around the Lost Lake fire burning in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area, southeast of Cooke City.
The Blacktail fire throws up a plume of smoke in Yellowstone National Park last July.
Dan Borsum, of the National Weather Service, talks about predictions for the coming fire season at the Billings Interagency Dispatch Center on Wednesday.
A 20- to 40-acre fire is burning on Hurricane Mesa between Crandall and North Crandall Creeks in the Shoshone National Forest. The cause of the fire is unknown but is probably human-caused, officials said.
A lawyer for U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg and his wife has offered to settle a lawsuit against the city of Billings "without monetary compensation" for a 2008 wildfire that threatened the couple's subdivision.
A small lightning-caused fire has been found burning in Yellowstone National Park several miles southeast of Gibbon Falls.
CASPER, Wyo. — The new rescue truck at the Natrona County Fire Protection District’s eastside station carries gear to make hearts beat, pry open car doors and light up an accident scene.
Wildfire is a natural part of Montana's landscape, but there's a growing concern about the risks and costs of wildfires in Montana's wildland-urban interface. The Billings Gazette editorial on Jan. 6 properly praised the Montana Fire Suppression Committee and correctly supports proposals tha…