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High Park Fire

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Event Date: Event Title: Event Description:
Evac2 2:56 p.m. - Evacuation notifications sent out Evacuation notifications are sent out to at least 73 homes in Larimer County.
Guli%20productions 6 a.m. - Fire is first spotted in Larimer County On Saturday June 9, the High Park Fire is first spotted in Larimer County.
Slurry 10:39 a.m. - Fire crews respond to the High Park Fire. Crews had to hike through difficult terrain to first reach the High Park Fire. According to Larimer County officials, the fire rapidly grew due to Saturday's high winds.
Growingfire 4:08 p.m. - More than 2,000 acres are burning The High Park Fire grows rapidly into the afternoon. More than 2,000 acres burn in Larimer County.
Homelost 7:14 p.m. - Fire destroys 6 structures Officials confirm at least six structures have been lost or damaged and others are threatened.
Smoke 7:47 p.m. - 5,000 acres are burning By evening, the High Park Fire grows to 5,000 acres and more evacuations are ordered.
Nightgrowth 10:52 p.m. - High Park Fire grows to 8,000 acres An orange glow can be seen for miles as the High Park Fire grows to more than 8,000 acres.
Flames 6:58 a.m. - 18 structures lost, damaged in High Park Fire Officials confirm Sunday June 10, 2012 that 18 structures were lost or damaged due to the High Park Fire.
Steve%20dundorf4 10:21 a.m. - High Park Fire grows overnight Officials confirm that the High Park Fire grew significantly overnight with no signs of containment. Residents from County Road 27E to Bellevue evacuated.
Still0610 00000 1:36 p.m. - High Park Fire smoke impacting air quality The heavy smoke from the High Park Fire causes breathing difficulties for some, especially those susceptible to respiratory conditions.
Still0610 00027 8 p.m. - More evacuations issued 325 evacuation order notifications were issued for the area south of County Road 38E from Gindler Ranch Road west to Milner Ranch Road.
Still0610 00026 5 p.m. - More evacuation notifications sent out Evacuation notifications were sent to homes along Crystal Mountain Road and Upper Buckhorn Road.
Still0610 00015 9:33 p.m. - Firefighters work to save a home Firefighters work to save a home from High Park Fire.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20melony%20dixon 11:35 p.m. - The High Park Fire is now at 20,000 The High Park Fire grows to 20,000 acres, with zero percent containment.
Untitled 1 6:37 a.m. - High Park Fire is now more than 36,000 acres The High Park Fire grows to 36,000 acres. (Photo Credit: Hannah French)
North%20of%20fire%2004%20 %20chad%20kruse 1:36 p.m - A hundred homes lost High Park Fire near Fort Collins grows to 36,930 acres. More than 400 personnel fight the fire. At least 100 homes are damaged/destroyed. Read more at 9NEWS.com
Fire%20from%20horsetooth%20reservoir%2001%20 %20brooke%20wendell 7:45 a.m. - High Park Fire grows to 43,433 acres The High Park Fire is now at 43,433 acres with zero percent containment. Larimer County says 500 to 600 personnel are fighting the blaze. Read the full story here
Choppers%20on%20the%20high%20park%20fire%2003%20 %20bryan%20maltais 9:30 a.m. - Officials hope to reach 10% containment The 43,433-acre High Park Fire spread quickly, however fire officials hope to reach 10 percent containment as of Tuesday night. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20callie%20anstett 11 a.m. - High Park Fire at 5% containment The High Park Fire is now at 43,433 acres with 5 percent containment as of Tuesday morning. Read the full story here
High%20park%20fire%2001%20 %20jennifer%20bradshaw 8:15 p.m. - High Park Fire at 10 percent containment Read the full report hereThe High Park Fire has reached 10 percent containment, officials announced Tuesday evening.
High%20park%20fire%20 %20angie 3 p.m. - CR 38E residents returned home As of June 12, residents on CR 38E from Gindler Ranch Road west to Milner Ranch Road were allowed to return to their homes with credentials.Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2001 %20chris%20goodwin 9:30 a.m. - High Park Fire containment now 10% High Park Fire now burning 46,600 acres, has destroyed more than 100 homes destroyed. One person has died. Fire officials say the High Park Fire is now 10 percent contained. Read the full story here
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20robert%20coppola 1:30 p.m. - Pre-evacuation notice for Glacier View The High Park Fire officials issued a pre-evacuation notice for Glacier View residents. The Glacier View evacuation notice includes from County Road 68C junction with County Road 74C, east to the Hewlett Gulch Road and all roadways in that housing district, south to the north side of Highway 14 and west to the junction with County Road 68C. Residents should be prepared to leave immediately if necessary.Read the full story here
View%20across%20horsetooth%20reservoir%20 %20vicki%20fraley 8 a.m. - High Park Fire increases to 46,600 acres The 46,600 acre blaze has prompted officials to send out more than 2,600 evacuation notices since Saturday. Read the full story here
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20bryan%20maltais 8:45 p.m. - High Park Fire grows to 46,820 acres The High Park Fire has grown to an estimated 46,820 acres and remains only 10 percent contained.Read the full story here
120614013811 linda 9 a.m. - Fund created for High Park Fire victim A fund has been set up to help the family of the victim of the High Park Fire. Crews found the remains of who is believed to be 62-year-old Linda Steadman Monday June 11, 2012. Donations can be mailed to: C/O First National Bank
PO Box 2390
Estes Park, CO 80517
2012614 154388 chooper%20in%20the%20air%20jpg 5 p.m.- Costs add up for Colorado's intense early fire season Read the full story here:</a>As of Wednesday, fire officials estimated the cost of fighting the High Park Fire at $3 million and growing. <a href='http://www.9news.com/news/local/article/272277/222/Costs-add-up-for-Colorados-intense-early-fire-season ' >
High%20park%20fire%2001%20 %20bryan%20maltais 10 a.m. - High Park Fire grows to an estimated 49,763 The High Park Fire has grown to an estimated 49,763 acres and remains only 10 percent contained. (PHOTO CREDIT: Bryan Maltais) Read more on 9NEWS.com
High%20park%20fire%2005%20 %20clint%20hartley 9:30 a.m. - Firefighters try to steer fire away from Fort Collins There is intense heat is on the west side of the High Park Fire on Thursday. The east side near Fort Collins has some heat spots, and the fire seems to be gaining ground. Read the full story here
2012614 1316504 high park fire 153 3:45 p.m. - High Park Fire at 15 to 20 percent contained The High Park Fire is at least 15 percent contained.
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2012614 23614 photo%20(1) 5 p.m. - Evacuations ordered for 12th filing of Glacier View An evacuation order was issued at 5 p.m. on Thursday for the Glacier View area from Many Thunders Road south into the 12th filing. High Park Fire officials say embers crossed over Highway 14, sparking a 60 to 100 acre fire on the north side of the highway. Read the full story here
2012615 114750 sunset 6 14 12 11 p.m. - 9th filing of Glacier View asked to evacuate Two-hundred more evacuations were sent out at 11 p.m. on Thursday for the ninth filing of Glacier View. These evacuations include includes area east from Eiger Road to Rams Horn Mountain Road and north from the Mount Blanc Guardian Peak area to the north end of Mount Everest Drive. Read the full story here
High%20park%20fire%20 %20cheryl%20spittler Bonner Peaks, Bonner Springs, CR 29C and Big Bear Road open to public On June 14, residents of CR 29C and McMurray Ranch Road are being allowed back to their homes with proper credentials. On June 14, Bonner Peaks and Bonner Springs subdivisions plus Ingleside Road are open to residents. On June 14, CR 27, including Big Bear Road but not Otter Road, is open to residents with credentials at the road block at Big Bear Road. Read the full story here.
2012614 236905 photo 8:15 a.m. - High Park Fire grows slightly Thursday night Read the full story hereThe High Park Fire grew to 52,068 acres and is now 15 percent contained. Fire officials say the current cost of the fire is estimated at $7.2 million.
Menacing%20smoke%20 %20katherine%20urban 7 a.m. - Larimer County opens High Park Fire Disaster Recovery Center Larimer County opened the High Park Fire Disaster Recovery Center on Friday at Johnson Hall on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins. The DRC will provide a one-stop opportunity for victims of the High Park Fire to receive services and obtain information on County, State, and CSU services. Read the full story here
View%20from%20pilot%20over%20the%20high%20park%20fire%20 %20allie 9:15 p.m. - The High Park Fire is listed at 45 percent containment. Read the full story here.
View%20from%20pilot%20over%20the%20high%20park%20fire%202%20 %20allie 4 p.m. - 181 homes destroyed in High Park Fire Larimer County officials say 181 homes have burned, making it the "most destructive fire" in Colorado history. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20jessica%20debrito Soldier, Mill Canyon Estates and Highway 14 reopened On June 16, residents of Soldier and Mill Canyon Estates were allowed to return to their homes. No credentials are needed but residents will need to present an ID at the road block to gain entry. On June 16, residents living along Highway 14 between CR 29C and Gateway Park were being allowed back to their homes with proper credentials. Read the full report here.
Poudre%20fire%20fighters%20flames%20from%20poudre%20fire%20twitter 1:30 p.m. - Red flag warning prompts new High Park Fire evacuations Wild Mountain LaneMore fire crews were assigned to the Poudre Canyon Area after a red flag warning was issued Sunday. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%20 %20heather%20calvin 8:45 a.m. - High Park Fire grows to 58,046 acres Read the full story here.The High Park Fire is estimated at 58,046 acres with 45 percent containment.
Fire 7:30 p.m.- High Park Fire at 50 percent containment The High Park Fire is now 50 percent contained and has burned an estimated 58,770 acres.Read More Here:</a>Read More Here:
Sunset%20from%20greeley%2001%20 %20douglas%20grout 9:15 a.m. - High Park Fire slowly increases to 59,500 acres The High Park Fire is now 50 percent contained and has burned an estimated 59,500 acres. Read the full story here.
Fire%20 %20lillian%20cuff 9:30 a.m. - Pre-evacuation notice sent to Pingree Park area Fire officials have issued a pre-evacuation order for the area of Hwy 14 from the Pingree Park Road west to approximately mile marker 90, just west of the Glen Echo Resort. Residents in this area need to be prepared to evacuate at a moments notice. Read the full report here.
2012619 1226761 fire sat morn 8 p.m. - High Park Fire now 59,845 acres, 55% contained The High Park Fire is now 55 percent contained and has burned an estimated 59,845 acres. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%20 %20kitty%20williams 8:45 a.m. - High Park Fire increases to 65,738 acres The High Park Fire has burned an estimated 65,738 acres and is 55 percent contained. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2001%20 %20carl%20baker 9:30 a.m. - More than 1,900 battle the blaze More than 1,900 personnel are working on the fire with a 24-hour schedule using day and night shifts. As of Tuesday, nearly 1.3 million gallons of water have been dropped on the fire. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2003%20 %20carl%20baker 10:45 a.m. - Some residents allowed back into fire area Wednesday morning, fire officials issued an all clear to residents in the Soldier Canyon and Mill Canyon areas to return home. All of those residents are still asked to stay on alert in the event that the fire conditions worsen. Mandatory re-evacuation orders were issued for those areas when the fire first broke out. That included Lodgepole Drive and CR 23 west and south including Red Cedar Drive, and east to CR 23. <a href='http://www.9news.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=273329' >Read the full sto
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20carl%20baker 12:25 p.m. - Glacier View area residents allowed to return Wesnesday afternoon, fire officials issued an all clear to Glacier View area residents, south and east of McNay Hill, south of County Road 74E, which includes Hewlett Gulch Road, Deer Meadow Way, Gordon Creek Lane and connecting roadways in that area. About 89 notifications were sent to this particular area. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2001%20 %20patti%20sage 10:30 a.m. - No growth overnight for High Park Fire The High Park Fire has burned an estimated 68,200 acres and is 55 percent contained. It did not spread Wednesday night. Some Poudre Park residents are able to return home Thursday afternoon. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20patti%20sage 9:30 a.m. - High Park Fire slightly increases to 68,440 acres The High Park Fire has burned an estimated 68,440 acres and is 60 percent contained as of Friday morning. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20kathy%20dykton 10:30 a.m. - High Park Fire costs $21.6 milion to date The High Park Fire is estimated at 68,440 acres with 60% containment. The current cost of the fire to date is estimated at $21.6 million dollars. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2001%20 %20kathy%20dykton 2 p.m. - More evacuations in High Park Fire A new evacuation order has been issued for the Hewlett Gulch Road, Deer Meadow Way and Gordon Creek Lane areas. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2004%20 %20kathy%20dykton 6 a.m. - High Park Fire grows to 83,205 acres The High Park Fire has burned an estimated 83,205 acres as of Sunday morning. More than 2,000 people were battling the blaze. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20kathy%20dykton 6:30 p.m. - More homes burned in High Park Fire A High Park Fire evacuee told 9NEWS that 57 additional homes burned, bringing the total number of homes burned to 248. Read the full story here.
2012626 105931 highpark001 9:30 a.m. - High Park Fire increases to 87,250 acres The High Park Fire has burned an estimated 87,250 acres as of Tuesday morning and is 55 percent contained. Read the full story here.
High%20park%20fire%2002%20 %20jessica%20debrito 7:30 p.m. - The High Park Fire is now 75 percent contained, has scorched 87,284 acres and has burned 257 homes. Read the full report here.
High%20park%20fire%20 %20chuck%20callahan 9:30 a.m. - High Park Fire grows to 87,284 acres The High Park Fire is estimated at 87,284 acres with 65 percent containment. The current cost of the fire to date is estimated at $33.1 million. There are 1,805 fire personnel assigned to the firefighting effort.
Hpfire2 High Park Fire, 1:29 p.m. - Fire officials lift all pre-evacuation notices in the High Park Fire area. Fire officials lift all pre-evacuation notices in the High Park Fire area.
Hpfire3 8:49 p.m. - High Park Fire is now 95 percent contained, has scorched 87,284 acres and has burned 259 homes. The cost of the fire to date is estimated at $36.4 million.
Hpfire1 2:01 a.m. - Larimer County officials confirm the High Park Fire is 100 percent contained. Approximately 87,284 acres burned in the blaze. The cost of the fire is estimated $38.4 million.