Colorado Wildfire Now Biggest in State History

Elias Hubbard
October 20, 2020

Burning between Jamestown and Lyons, the CalWood fire is believed to already have destroyed "a number of structures", though that remains unconfirmed, Mike Wagner, division chief with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, said during a briefing Saturday night.

At least four new wildfires sparked over the weekend in Colorado and Utah during what has been a record-breaking fire season in the western U.S. "It's still too dynamic to get in and begin to assess". The Cameron Peak Fire, which started in mid-August, has now burned more than 203,000 acres of land in the north-central part of the state and was 62% contained as of early Monday, the Denver Post reports. The area has had high winds and "critically dry" conditions for weeks, fire officials said. What happened to third party candidates?

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