Keyword: Marshall Fire
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FEMA updates Marshall Fire assistance figures

The Federal Emergency Management Association said it provided more than $130 million to Boulder County and its communities in the six months since the Marshall Fire. The late December fire burned … more

'I was terrified': Neighbors recall fire just feet from their homes at Jackass Hill Park

The grass fire at Jackass Hill Park in Littleton on March 24 burned for just minutes, with the flames igniting around 9:40 p.m. and out by about 10 p.m. But for some neighbors that night, the situation could have easily spiraled into disaster. more

Arapahoe High School hosting Thursday donation drive for Marshall Fire victims

Arapahoe High School will be hosting a donation drive for victims of the Marshall Fire during its boys and girls basketball games against Mullen High School Thursday night.  more

Castle Rock council approves Community Protection Plan

Capping off three years of planning, and reflecting an increased priority after the Marshall Fire in Boulder County, the Castle Rock Town Council approved the Community Protection Plan, or CPP. With … more

Littleton business rallies support for family displaced by Marshall Fire

Keller Bros. Auto Repair in Littleton has a history of community support. At the store, Wednesday is known as “Help Day” and for the past eight years its owners have donated $5 for every … more

Marshall Fire may weigh on emergency planning for Arapahoe County

It’s difficult to say what lessons Arapahoe County may take away from the Marshall Fire so far, when details are still emerging, said Nathan Fogg, Arapahoe County’s emergency manager. “But … more

Highlands Ranch Historical Society delays 'Tree of Hope' event due to COVID surge

The Highlands Ranch Historical Society has canceled its planned Jan. 17 presentation by "Tree of Hope" author Cara Wilson-Granat and scheduled a Zoom presentation on wildfire in its place. more

Christmas in January for Marshall Fire victims

Whitney Knause knew she needed to do something for the over 1,000 families who lost their homes to the Marshall Fire in Boulder County days after Christmas. more

RMMA opens hangars, hearts in support of fire recovery

Before firefighters were able to extinguish flames from the devastating Marshall Fire, Rocky Mountain Airport Director Paul Anslow and his staff were already planning ways to help neighboring communities. more

Wildfires a risk in different types of suburban Colorado areas

As the new year approached, Coloradans watched the unfolding of a type of tragedy they aren't used to seeing: a wildfire tear through miles and miles of suburban homes not far from the middle of the … more

Wildfire is ‘year-round threat’ in Douglas County

When South Metro Fire Rescue crews helping respond to the Marshall Fire arrived at their staging area, the site was surrounded by several buildings engulfed in flames. Smoke laid flat, “a very … more

Marshall Fire impacts 27-J employee

The recent Marshall Fire in Boulder County impacted 27J Schools employee Ted Chavez. Chavez, who's been with the district for more than 25 years as a mechanic in the transportation department, is … more
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