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The website introduction notes: "Route 97 is the ribbon of highway that binds each community with the next, stretching from the Cascade foothills of the Wenatchee National Forest through Washington's Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan Counties and crossing the Canadian border into British Columbia's Thompson Okanagan Region, then onward to Alaska.
Additionally, Dobson was a crew boss with the USDA Forest Service, leading a team of eight in fire suppression and project work in the Chelan Ranger District of the Wenatchee National Forest for three years before launching a career in insurance.
Last year, Hoodoo beat out two competitors to manage 18 campgrounds in the Wenatchee National Forest.
At 12:06, the dispatch office ordered the helicopter," Jan Flatten, the environmental officer for the Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forests, told FOX News on August 1st.
Two other sites are on private land, and the final two occur on Wenatchee National Forest.
A 1994 fire in the Wenatchee National Forest in Washington burned 140,000 acres, not three million.
In partnership with the National Forest Foundation (NFF), StubHub will plant trees in Wenatchee National Forest, located about 45 miles from Seattle.
The fires are in the Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forest, with the northeast corner spread in the Loomis State Forest.