The Economic Alliance is doing a brief business impact survey for the Okanogan County commissioners to get a snapshot of the economic impact from the Carlton Complex fires.
Okanogan Conservation District is mobilizing to help landowners whose natural resources and agricultural infrastructure has been damaged by the Carlton Complex wildfires.
CenturyLink crews have repaired the damaged fiber optics line severed by a fallen tree near Fish Trap and has restored Internet services to its customers in Eastern Washington.
The community is at Level 1 (lowest) evacuation status.
Gov. Jay Inslee has extended the burn ban he ordered last week to include a ban on most outdoor and agricultural burning for Eastern Washington.
The Colville Confederated Tribes’ fire relief efforts at the Omak Community Center, 601 Benton St., are continuing, but a call put out for a variety of donations.
The Okanogan County Public Utility District plans to energize the Pateros substation between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. today.
The number of homes destroyed in the Carlton Complex fires has been revised to 300.
The Red Cross is opening two client service centers to provide assistance to those who have been affected by the wildfires.
Several roads that were previously closed because of the Carlton Complex fires have been reopened.
The following roads are closed, as of July 24.
The Okanogan County Public Utility District will be energizing the Twisp substation today.
The state 4-H community is being asked to help members’ families impacted by the Carlton Complex fires.
People impacted by the Carlton Complex fires can get a variety of relief supplies through Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort Inc., based in Nashville, Tenn.
People in, adjacent to and downstream from areas burned in the Carlton Complex fires are urged to take immediate action to protect themselves from erosion and flooding.