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Controlled Burn In State Park Causes Concern For Residents Across The Lake

All News RSS Feed Top Stories Friday, February 16th, 2024

Where there’s smoke…and a lot of it…there’s fire.

That was the case on Thursday in the lake area as the Department of Natural Resources was conducting a controlled burn in the Ha Ha Tonka area of the state park in Camden County.

The smoke could be seen for miles prompting several calls to the Mid-County Fire District and KRMS Radio-TV.

Mid-County Chief Scott Frandsen confirmed that it was a controlled burn.

KRMS reached out leaving messages for the DNR asking if the controlled burn would continue today (Friday).

As of late Thursday afternoon, there have been no replies received from the DNR.

All News RSS Feed Top Stories Friday, February 16th, 2024

Reporter Mike Anthony