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Buckle up, drink plenty of water, use sunscreen, and play safe. is under a restricted burn notification due to high temperature, low humidity, dry ground covering, the possibility of increasing winds and the lack of precipitation in the weather forecast. The Mark Twain National Forest has set Iron County at a Moderate Fire Danger which means it is usually safe with the proper precautions under moderate fire conditions.
This order was issued by Kyle Hutcheson, Fire Chief of the Southern District and Robert Hearnes, Fire Chief of the Northern District.
The Makanda Township Fire Department has lifted its burn ban.
Volunteer Fire Department has been lifted, but please continue to use caution while burning. Scott County Rural Fire District Assistant Chief Jeremy Perrien recommends no burning in the fire district and no shooting fireworks without properly wetting the area first. is under a restricted burn notification due to high temperature, low humidity, dry ground covering, the possibility of increasing winds and the lack of precipitation in the weather forecast. People are asked to use caution with outdoor barbecue grills. Anyone using fireworks of any kind is advised to use caution. No field fires shall be set for agricultural purposes and no wood lot fires shall be set until the fire danger decreases. has issued a no burn order issued until further notice.
The city council has added a no fireworks order to the existing no burn order. Those driving or working outdoors are asked to be extremely careful to properly discard smoking materials. has issued a burn ban on all open burning and fireworks within city limits. Commission passed an emergency ordinance on Friday to proclaim there is a fire danger emergency in the county so they've passed a no open burning order which includes prohibiting fireworks.
Burning should be done in the early morning and late evening to avoid windier conditions at midday.
Lynndel Barnes, Fire Chief says the burn ban for the coverage area of the Ellington, Mo. People are asked to remain cautious and not leave open fires unattended. Fire Chief Theresa Hicks says the entire city is under a burn ban until the area gets a significant rain. Fire Protection District Chief Steven Cummins recommends no burning within the Oran Fire Protection District. has issued a "no burn" order until further notice due to the hot, dry weather. All county residents should postpone open outdoor burning until the fire danger decreases.
Contact Mark (at) severe weather threatens, you’ll be notified, even if cell service is down, the Internet is down or power fails. With 50,000 of us keeping our eyes open, maybe we can help find a missing child. In the ’90s he published the quirky travel newspaper Out West, and was an “on the road” writer for the New York Times Syndicate.