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After 11 Days, Castolon Fire At Big Bend National Park Is 100 Percent Contained

By Carlos Morales The Castolon Fire, which first began in Mexico and soon jumped the Rio Grande into Big Bend National Park, has been contained after destroying historic structures and burning through mesquite thickets for 11 days. The fire was … Continue reading

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Fundraiser Underway To Help Cover Castolon Fire Destruction

By Carlos Morales An area-nonprofit is looking to raise funds to cover repair costs brought on by a wildland fire that burned through hundreds of acres in the southern pocket of Big Bend National Park.

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After Nearly A Week, Castolon Fire in Big Bend National Park Is 90 Percent Contained

By Carlos Morales A fire that started in Mexico last Tuesday and jumped the Rio Grande into Big Bend National park is now 90 percent contained, according to park officials. The West Texas blaze has burned for more than a … Continue reading

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