Cochise County

Date/Time Reported: reported Saturday, May 12th, around 1:30pm

Location: Approximately 29 miles SE of Willcox, AZ. The fire started on private land, and has moved to the north and east onto Chiricahua National Monument and the Coronado National Forest.

Estimated Size: approximately 1,200 acres



Containment: 80%

Cause: human caused, under investigation

The Pinery Fire is located approximately 29 miles SE of Willcox, AZ. The fire started on private land, and has moved to the north and east onto Chiricahua National Monument and the Coronado National Forest.  The fire is estimated to be 1,200 acres.

Ground and aerial resources are taking suppression actions where they can do so safely and effectively. There have been no structures lost and no injuries.

The Adobe Fire started Monday, April 2nd at around 3pm. The fire is burning 9 miles northwest of Douglas in Cochise County. One structure has been lost in the fire. Five more are threatened. The 100-acre fire is burning through grasses and brush in an area west of the Bisbee-Douglas International Airport. About 50 personnel are working to stop forward progression. A helicopter and additional air resources have been ordered.

LOCATION: 15 mi. NE of Sunizona & SW of Chiricahua National Monument
 
START DATE: July 11th, 2017, 2100 hours - SIZE: 2100 acres – PERCENT CONTAINED: 0
 
The Fife Fire burning on state lands in far southeastern Arizona has grown to 2100 acres in the last 12 hours.

The fire was initially reported last night about 10:00 p.m., 15 miles southeast of Sunizona and southwest of the Chiricahua National Monument in Cochise County.

The Lizard Fire is located in the Douglas Ranger District, Coronado National Forest, 50 miles east of Tucson on Hwy 191 at I-10.

Minimal fire activity was detected today in the area north of Cochise Stronghold Canyon. Crews and helicopters continued to work hot spots and construct fire lines in the Mt. Glenn area. Mop up and patrol continues throughout the rest of the fire area where little or no fire activity has been observed.

Cochise County power transmission lines threatened by Lizard Fire

Incident: Lizard Fire Wildfire
Released: 33 min. ago

 

Cochise County power transmission lines threatened by Lizard Fire

Power will be temporarily discontinued to some power lines in the area

Tucson, AZ, June 10, 2017 - For Immediate Release. The Lizard Fire in southeastern Arizona is threatening power transmission lines servicing Cochise County.

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