A dozer line was completed at approximately 8 pm last evening around the 52 acre Horseshoe Lake Fire. Forestry and Borough fire fighters continue to fight the fire that ignited Sunday afternoon.
The dozer line around the Horseshoe Lake Fire was nearly tied in as of 7 pm Sunday, according to Alaska Forestry's Norm McDonald. Several firefighters will be released tonight when the fireline is in place, McDonald said.
5 pm Sunday—What's now called the Horseshoe Lake Fire, a 25-acre fire, has run into swampy terrain and slowed some. Norm McDonald with Alaska Dept. of Forestry reports that a fireline built by dozers could surround the fire within an hour.
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Fireworks are illegal. The State has banned all fireworks and the sale of fireworks in the Mat-Su Borough.
2015 Susitna River Corridor Personal Use Firewood Area for mixed sawtimber is available on a first come first served basis
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