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A firefighter stands in the smoke of the June 3 Lake Minnequa Fire while a firefighting helicopter passes overhead. [Today photo/file/Kimmy Reinhardt]

Fire whys: A fire-safe chat with a PFD leader

July 8, 2022

By Cassime Joseph Fire safety is one of the most significant issues during these dry seasons in the community of Pueblo. Drought can be a contributing factor to wildfire. Dry, hot, and windy weather combined...

Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

July 1, 2022

Proper safety ensures holiday fun doesn’t flop by Kimmy Reinhardt The Fourth of July is quickly approaching. With the celebration comes the question of how to protect yourself and your community while...

Blaze burns 52 acres near Lake Minnequa

Blaze burns 52 acres near Lake Minnequa

June 3, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt On June 2 a fire broke out on the east side of Lake Minnequa in Pueblo. As of deadline Friday, the cause of the fire was unknown. The Pueblo Fire Department arrived Thursday afternoon...

Photo by Ryan Jones

Dangerous Fire Season in Progress in Colorado

April 28, 2022

Colorado is on Fire! By Ryan Jones Cloudy and hazy skies are an all too common occurrence in Colorado.  With recent wildfires scorching the state, many cities are feeling the heat. While fire season...

The Blaze through our Lenses

The Blaze through our Lenses

April 13, 2022

On Tuesday evening, as the Today staff was working on building the April 14 edition, the alerts started to come through our cell phones: The prairie was ablaze near our headquarters at CSU Pueblo's Buell...

Pueblo Rural Fire Department crews help to manage a wildfire blaze from  Bartley Boulevard Tuesday, April 12. The fire broke out shortly after 6 p.m. and was batted down roughly two hours later, after at least five departments responded to the call. [Today photo/Austin Belore]

Wildfire burns 2.5 acres adjacent to campus

April 13, 2022

High winds, dry conditions prompt red flag warnings across region By Brenden Vigil, Kimmy Reinhardt and Danielle Whitaker The smell of smoke still lingered on campus Wednesday, April 13, following a Tuesday...

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