Pine Gulch Fire

Grizzly Creek Fire incident Management Team

Over the past two decades, most of Colorado’s wildfires lit up in the months of June and July. This year? The state saw six fires spark in August, half of which set records in size. To learn more, KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon spoke with the Colorado State Climatologist and Director of Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University, Russ Schumacher.

Amy Hadden Marsh/KDNK

While the Pine Gulch and Grizzly Creek Fires continue to grow in size, what about the smoke they're creating? Well, that can’t be measured in acres. KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon has more.


Bureau of Land Management

Animal-lovers living near the flames may need to evacuate livestock and pets. KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon has more on downvalley resources for animals in need.

Pine Gulch Fire Over 29,000 Acres and Growing

Aug 10, 2020
Debbie Rudd

Heavy smoke in the Roaring Fork Valley Sunday came from the Pine Gulch Fire, north of Grand Junction, which more than doubled in size over the weekend. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has an update.

Pine Gulch Fire NW of DeBeque at 9,000 Acres

Aug 5, 2020
courtesy photo

As of this afternoon, the Pine Gulch Fire, 18 miles north of Grand Junction, has scorched over 9,000 acres, up from 5600 this time Tuesday. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this update.