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Washington Fire Season Sets Record

(Olympia, WA)  --  The State Fire Marshal says Washington set a record this year by responding to 30 wildfires, well above the previous record of 17.  Officials say wildfires across the state scorched more than one-million acres.  The largest of those fires was the North Star fire in Okanogan [[ OH-kuh-NOG-un ]] County, which burned more than 218-thousand acres.  The Northwest Interagency Coordination Center says the fires destroyed a total of 307 primary residences and 21 commercial buildings.

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