(AP) — Evacuation orders for hundreds of homes were expected to remain in place through midday Thursday as a wildfire rages near Colorado's Breckenridge Ski Resort.In northern Nevada on Wednesday, fire officials advised residents to leave their homes with their animals ahead of one of several blazes sweeping across the hot, dry rangeland.The advisory followed a National Weather Service warning for high fire danger in western Nevada and in California's Alpine and Mono counties.In Arizona, the summer-retreat community of Summerhaven atop Mount Lemmon remained evacuated after a wildfire charred more than 36 square miles (93.2 sq. kilometers) in mountains and foothills overlooking Tucson.
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- Hundreds of houses remain evacuated near Colorado ski resort
Thursday Jul 6, 2017
- Crews work to protect pricey homes near Colorado ski resort
By COLLEEN SLEVIN, Associated Press - Friday Jul 7, 2017
DENVER (AP) — Hundreds of people spent another night away from their homes as firefighters scrambled to beat back a small wildfire near Colorado's Breckenridge Ski Resort and the nearby historic town.The fire has scorched less than a quarter of a square mile (.65 sq. kilometers) but has forced the evacuation of nearly 500 homes, many of which are pricey ski properties.Crews near Breckenridge dropped slurry from the air and built containment lines on the ground about 2 miles (3 kilometers) north of the resort to prevent the fire from reaching a large subdivision Thursday.Officials bolstered crews and equipment to protect buildings Friday after about 40 residents were urged to leave the historic mining town of Landusky.Authorities blocked a road that leads to Sandia Crest and have evacuated the viewing area, but no buildings were at risk.
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Snowbird Ski Resort took advantage of lingering snow to groom a short run for George Jedenoff to cruise down Wednesday before he was given a cake and plaque with one of his favorite sayings: "Age is just a number."Jedenoff was joined by longtime skiing friends, his children and grandchildren, who came to see him attach a "100+ Ski Club" patch to his jacket.Jedenoff credits his ability to ski this far into his life to a regimen he started 30 years ago: 15 minutes to an hour of exercise every morning before breakfast, along with a healthy diet.Friends expect Jedenoff back next year to make a few turns at the young age of 101.
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