Burn bans issued as grass fires burn across Oklahoma


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Updated: 2/24 5:00 pm Published: 2/18 11:38 am


Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Services has details on all the burn bans in Oklahoma.

Burn bans have been issued for 

Adair County, 02-24-2014 to 03-02-2014 7 Days
Alfalfa County, 01-27-2014 to 02-25-2014 30 Days
Blaine County, 02-18-2014 to 03-19-2014 30 Days
Canadian County, 02-18-2014 to 02-24-2014 6 Days
Craig County, 02-24-2014 to 03-02-2014 7 Days
Creek County, 02-18-2014 to 02-27-2014 10 Days
Jefferson County, 02-18-2014 to 03-19-2014 30 Days
Latimer County, 02-24-2014 to 03-02-2014 7 Days
LeFlore County, 02-18-2014 to 02-24-2014 7 Days
Okmulgee County, 02-18-2014 to 03-19-2014 30 Days
Pittsburg County, 02-18-2014 to 02-24-2014 7 Days
Rogers County, 02-18-2014 to 03-19-2014 30 Days
Sequoyah County, 02-20-2014 to 02-26-2014 7 Days
Tillman County, 02-18-2014 to 03-19-2014 30 Days
Tulsa County, 02-24-2014 to 03-02-2014 7 Days
Wagoner County, 02-24-2014 to 03-02-2014 7 Days



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Mayor Maynot - 2/18/2014 11:44 AM
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Burn bans?? These local fire departments need to be out on days that permit conducting controlled burn to prevent disasters like this. Inadequate stewards of the land.
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