AD: Mesquite Gaming

* Barbara Ellestad, Publisher * ALL Content Copyright 2011-2014*

Thursday, December 18, 2014
MESQUITE NEWS 
SPORTS 
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS 
OPINIONS 
WRITER'S CORNER 
COMMUNITY 
CONSUMER NEWS 
MARKETPLACE 
INTERACTIVE 

This week's poll

Has the NSA gone too far in its data collection efforts?

Yes, they need to stop
No, they are keeping us safe
I don't care

View Poll Report

 Keywords:
one or more words required
all words required
forced & ordered phrase
Multi forced & ordered phrase
words with exceptions
Help
 
 Issue date:
Date Format: dd-mm-yyyy

   
Antelope Valley Fires Burn 6,000 Acres
Posting Date: 05/23/2012

Press Release

Two fires about 60 miles southwest of Battle Mountain in Antelope Valley burned more than 6,000 acres. Both fires were human caused and are under investigation. The fires were reported at 12:14 p.m. on May 14 and control was called at 10 a.m., on May 16.

There were structures in danger the first day and firefighters were able to handle the threat and save the buildings. There were no injuries on the incident. Three crews, eleven engines, and two dozers were assigned to these fires for a total of 96 fire personnel. Both fires were officially

contained as of 2 p.m., May 15, and most resources were released that evening. Some resources were held on the fire to complete the mop up.

Antelope 1 Fire burned approximately 2,500 acres and Antelope 2 Fire burned approximately 3,589 acres. The impacts of both fires are being assessed and appropriate rehabilitation measures are being developed.

This is a very dry year and it takes very little to get a fire started. Please be careful with anything that can cause a fire; matches, bullets, fireworks and cigarettes.

Please report all fires to Central Nevada Interagency Dispatch Center (CNIDC) at 775-623-3444.

 

 
Name  
Email  
Opinion (2000 Characters)  
Publish My Opinion    
 
CAPTCHA Image
Reload Image
 
 

        Get our toolbar!