Bosque in ‘dry’ conditions

  • Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments fight a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
    Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments fight a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
  • Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments refill their tanks with water at a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
    Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments refill their tanks with water at a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
  • Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments fight a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
    Clifton and Valley Mills Fire Departments fight a grass fire started by a tractor Friday on County Road 3355, north of Valley Mills. Allen D. Fisher | Meridian Tribune
Bosque County will not be enacting a burn ban for this week. Local fire department chiefs have said conditions haven’t facilitated a burn ban, said Bosque County Emergency Coordinator Chris Anderson. “A report from A&M last week did say the fire potential is high because of higher temps and sustained winds,” said Anderson at Monday’s Bosque County Commissioners meeting. “But I’m going to…

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