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Burn ban is off, for this week

What a difference a few days DON’T make.
That is what public safety experts are finding during this summer of continuing record-breaking heat and drought.
This week, the Barton County Commissioners agreed to drop the burn ban for the county, but they were clear that it is undoubtedly a temporary change, only.
As is always the case, the final decision of exposed burning, including agriculture burning, is up to the local fire chief, it was explained.
This week, however, due to the general rain that was received last week, the local chiefs agreed that dropping the ban for one ...

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