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Temporary Road Closures in Mangum Fire Area

  Temporary Road Closures in Mangum Fire Area

Temporary road closures in Mangum Fire area Fredonia, Az., July 15, 2021 — Monsoon rains last night in the Mangum Fire

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USDA; Mangum Fire Closure Reduced

  USDA; Mangum Fire Closure Reduced

Mangum Fire closure reduced                                                                    FREDONIA, Ariz., November 23, 2020 — As part of the continuing effort to provide forest

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Mangum Fire Area Partly Re-opened in Kaibab National Forest

  Mangum Fire Area Partly Re-opened in Kaibab National Forest

Mangum Fire closure area reduced; road and trail closures remain in place FREDONIA, Ariz., September 16, 2020 — A significant

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Things Starting To re-Open Around Remains of Mangum Fire

  Things Starting To re-Open Around Remains of Mangum Fire

Fire Danger Continues, though!!! Mangum Fire Closure Area Reduced to Allow More Public Access; Visitors Be Advised for Potential Safety

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Mangum Fire Growing, But With More Containment

  Mangum Fire Growing, But With More Containment

The Mangum Fire is 69,277 acres and 28% contained. Smoke: With the overall trend of decreased smoke production continuing today,

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The Very Latest on the Mangum Fire

  The Very Latest on the Mangum Fire

Released by Kanab National Forest and the U.S. Forest Service Size:  54,845 acres Containment:  3% Cause:  Under Investigation Location:  30 Miles SE of Fredonia  at Mangum Springs Total

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Mangum Fire Update June 15, 2020

  Mangum Fire Update June 15, 2020

The most recent update on the fire burning on the Kaibab National Forest shows it has grown to just under

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Mangum Fire Update and the Hazards of Wildfire Smoke

  Mangum Fire Update and the Hazards of Wildfire Smoke

The Kaibab Mangum Fire continues to burn 9 miles southwest of Jacobs Lake at Mangum Springs. Nearly 200 are now

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