Thursday, August 13, 2020
Shoshone Fire Races in Near Record Heat
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The Drops Fire started right outside Shoshone but is burning away. Idaho 75 remains open. Courtesy: BLM
   
Friday, July 31, 2020
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

Wonder where the smoke is?

Depending on where you’re at it looks as if it might be Baldy where helicopters are dropping new chairlift infrastructure today. From another position: Greenhorn Gulch.

Actually, the Drops Fire started this morning just outside Shoshone near a transfer station and has now grown to about 2,500 acres. The fire, which is running west towards Gooding, is wind driven and very active, according to the Bureau of land Management. And multiple structures are threatened.

 

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