Published Friday, September 9, 2022, 2100 hours PT

Information gleaned for this post comes from multiple sources and information may have changed from the time we initially posted. We will include any new incidents in a combined single post and then break them down as fire activity changes to a new large incident.

Credti: American Red Cross


The Minnow Ridge Fire is located on Chikamin Ridge in Chelan County, Washington. Fire resources were dispatched at 1459 hours PT this afternoon. It is currently showing as an unstaffed or updated fire incident in the CAD system.

The fire has burned about 50 acres.



The Bayview Road Fire is showing as being located on Bayview Edison Road x Marihugh Road in an exact location, according to the CAD System, the call was dispatched earlier this evening at 1706 hours. An IC has been assigned as Knapp.

Limited information.


Credit: WA DNR


Fire resources and assets were dispatched at 1631 hours this afternoon to Highway 104 at mile marker 1.5 near Peterson Lake in the Olympic Region in Washington State.

There have been 1.5 acres burned of unknown fire fuels. IC Barragan as of 1638 hours PT.



The Amelia Road Fire was reported by OR Fire Officials to the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) based in Boise, Idaho which ignited within the last 24 hours PT. It is located 12 miles northwest of Brogan, Oregon.

About 2,000 acres have been burned. There is a 30% containment status at this time. According to this morning’s update provided, the fire behavior was listed as extreme with wind-driven runs, running, and flanking, while threatening nearby structures.

About 25 total personnel are assigned with six engines.

CTD: $120,000.

Source: NIFC


Within the last 24 hours, this newly reported fire by Officials in WA to the NIFC states it is located on the Colville National Forest about seven miles southwest of Clarkston, Washington State.

As of this morning’s report, fire behavior was listed as active with creeping and running. It had burned about 350 acres and was listed at 0% containment status.

There is 52 total fire personnel along with one crew and 10 engines.

CTD: $250,000.

Source: NIFC

Credit: Josephine Co Emergency Management


This fire is located seven miles south miles northeast of Metaline Falls in Washington State and was reported within the last 24 hours.

Fire behavior displayed is showing active fire with flanking, backing, and isolated torching.

Closures are in effect.

About 300 acres have burned and there is a 0% containment status.

A total of four personnel are assigned.

CTD: $27,000.

Source: NIFC


This fire is located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest about 14 miles northeast of Darrington, Washington. This was discovered on August 30 as the result of lightning striking the area.

Fire behavior is active with uphill runs, flanking, and backing. There has 464 acres burned and a 0% containment status.

At this time, according to the NIFC, this incident is currently unstaffed.

CTD: $5,000.

Sources: NIFC, USFS


The Boulder Lake Fire has burned about 1,500 total acres and has a 0% containment status.

It is also located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, which was reported in the last 24 hours. Fire behavior is showing as active with uphill runs, flanking, and backing.

Road/trail closures are in effect.

This is another wildfire incident as unstaffed at the moment.

CTD: $35,000.

Source: NIFC

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