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When it comes to fire prevention, common sense goes a long ways

 As of this past weekend, fire crews continued to work active fires across the state and they continued to monitor all fires for hot spots and flare-ups. According to figures from local county officials across the state, the estimated total number of acres burned now stands at over 1,000 square miles.

Many homes have been destroyed and lives unsettled. There has extensive loss of livestock and other resources. 

Kansas Division of Emergency Management officials are reminding Kansans the potential for grassfire still exists in many areas of the state due to dry weather conditions. Although there is no statewide ...


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