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Worst recorded years for U.S. wildfires are 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011 and 2012. This year has already joined that list, and wildfire season is still going strong.

Trees engulfed in flames at the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Image Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

The ongoing drought in the U.S. West is not helping the wildfire situation in 2015. Current info about 2015's drought in the U.S. here

The 2015 wildfire season in the United States has already broken records. So far this year, more acres of land have burned as of mid-September than the total annual amount in 2011, which was the 4th worst year for wildfires at least since the 1960s. So will this year be the new fourth worst, third worst, second worst, or worst wildfire year since then? Read on, and take a guess.

The National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho, publishes a ton of useful statistics on wildfires that are critical for helping state and federal agencies manage the flames. These records date back to the 1960s.

The chart below, created with the National Interagency Fire Center data, shows that the worst years for wildfires in the U.S., since these records began being kept, were 2006 (9,873,745 acres burned), 2007 (9,328,045 acres burned), 2012 (9,326,238 acres burned), 2011 (8,711,367 acres burned), and 2005 (8,689,389 acres burned).

Already as of September 18, 2015, 8,821,040 acres of land have burned across the U.S., and this number exceeds the total number of acres burned for 2011. Hence, 2015 has already earned a spot as the 4th worst year on record, and the 2015 wildfire season is still going strong.

 

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Clover sprouts are the source of an E.coli outbreak at Jimmy John'sRaw clover sprouts on Jimmy John’s and other fast food sandwiches are the likely source of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 10 people in Washington and Idaho, according to the Washington State Department of Health. Seven people have confirmed cases of E. coli O121 poisoning and three have probable cases. Five people have been hospitalized.

Health officials are warning consumers not to eat raw clover sprouts from Evergreen Fresh Sprouts, LLC of Idaho. They were distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in the northwest.  “If you have these products at home, you should throw them out.,” said Washington State Health Officer Dr. Kathy Lofy.

In Washington, the sprouts were served on sandwiches at Jimmy John’s locations in King and Spokane counties and two Pita Pit locations in Spokane County. In Idaho, they were served at a Daanen’s Deli and a Jimmy John’s in Kootenai County. All of the restaurants have voluntarily suspended serving sprouts.

 

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Idaho governor signs Ag Gag bill: Now illegal to investigate farm animal cruelty

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March 1, 2014

In Boise, Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter signed into law Senate Bill 1337 on Friday; now making it illegal to do any undercover investigations at any of Idaho’s factory farms reports ABC News.

The controversial bill will now make it illegal to film inside of facilities or photograph any abusive activity involving farm animals including and not limited to the unsanitary handling of food products as well as environmental violations.

Idaho introduced the legislation after Mercy for Animals, an advocacy organization which has successfully investigated a number of egregious cruelty violations to farm animals and the mishandling of food on farms throughout the United States, conducted an undercover investigation on the Idaho dairy farm, Bettencourt Dairies.

A cruel and heartbreaking video showed workers beating cows, kicking them in the face, and dragging sick animals across concrete floors with chains around their necks. The video was turned over to law enforcement where criminal charges were brought against three of the workers. One worker has since pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.

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Food Poisoning Bulletin

February 22, 2014 by

Carcass  The stores added to the list include Circle K stores in California, Pavilions in California, Safeway in Arizona, California, and Nevada, Vons in California and Nevada, and Winco in California, Idaho, and Washington state. The number of stores that may have carried the products has grown to include more than 2,100 stores. More than 1,200 of those facilities are in California.

Please look carefully at the retail distribution list and the list of products that have been recalled. If you purchased any of these products at those locations, or at other locations, do not eat them. Discard them or return to the place of purchase for a refund.

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Bid to punish gun-seizing cops gets Senate support

The Associated PressFebruary 19, 2014

— A bill to punish law enforcement officers who obey a hypothetical federal mandate to seize the firearms of Idaho citizens found no opposition on the Senate floor.

Lawmakers voted 34-0 in favor of the bill Wednesday, clearing its path to the House.

Sen. Steve Vick, a Dalton Gardens Republican who co-sponsors the bill with Meridian Republican Marv Hagedorn, touts it as a way to ensure Idahoans’ Second Amendment rights are protected.

The proposal is a response to fears that President Barack Obama will ban some guns.

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Update: Idaho Senate Un-Holsters Weapons Bills

Rep. Marv Hagedorn’s firearms-related proposal is far from the only gun bill to surface this session.

Former-Boise GOP Rep. Mark Patterson is no longer at the Idaho Statehouse–resigning in early January after it was learned that he had been arrested in Florida during the 1970s on a charge of rape. But Patterson’s fingerprints are all over a 2014 version of a bill that he tried to push through the 2013 Legislature.

The measure–this time being fronted by Sen. Marv Hagedorn–would punish Idaho law enforcement officials if they helped enforce any new federal firearms restrictions. The 2013 version passed in the Idaho House but died in an Idaho Senate Committee.

This year Hagedorn, a Meridian Republican, is trying a different strategy: tackling the Senate side of the Capitol first, before heading to the Idaho House where he would hope to have a better chance of passage.

“The first offense would be a $1,000 fine and a second offense would result in a misdemeanor charge,” Hagedorn told the Senate State Affairs Committee Feb. 10, outlining how law enforcers could become criminals if they assisted federal agents in enforcing an executive order that, in Hagedorn’s view, was in conflict with the Idaho Constitution.

Hagedorn said “in a nutshell” the issue came down to the possibility of a federal order that might lead to confiscation of guns or ammunition. But Boise Democratic Sen. Elliot Werk questioned where Hagedorn’s suspicions were rooted.

“Do you have any indication that any federal order or law is imminent in the next decade?” asked Werk.

“No I do not,” answered Hagedorn.

But Hagedorn’s request for a full hearing on the bill was granted by the Senate State Affairs Committee.

It’s far from the only weapons-related bill that the committee will consider during the 2014 session. Committee Chair Sen. Curt McKenzie, R-Boise, is steering his own bill, which would allow people with enhanced concealed-weapon permits to carry guns on Idaho campuses.

(See updates on the guns on campus below).

Boise State University President Bob Kustra, in a Feb. 4 letter to his university community, cautioned students and staff that, “weapons on campus may in fact, lead to an acceleration of conflict in stressful situations.” Additionally, the Associated Students of Boise State, the official student government association, passed its own resolution in opposition to McKenzie’s bill.

Even Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter distanced himself from McKenzie’s proposal in remarks to a Feb. 7 gathering in the North-Central Idaho community of Craigmont.

“We give all these assets–these big buildings, these big campuses and everything–to the college president,” Otter told the crowd in Craigmont. “And we say you’re responsible and now we come back and say … you can make all the rules and regulations, except…”

Otter didn’t finish his sentence but reminded the gathering that any gun regulations should be crafted based on “doing the right thing.”

UPDATE: Feb. 12, 2014 10:45 a.m.

At 10:40 a.m. on Feb. 12, the Republican majority of the Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee overwhelmingly approved a measure which would see more students, staff and faculty carrying firearms onto Idaho’s public college campuses.

“That concludes the business of the committee,” said the bill’s sponsor and committee chairman Sen. Curt McKenzie.

But that business didn’t include input from dozens of citizens, college officials and law enforcement officers who came to speak before the committee but were cut off at 10:30 a.m..

“The University of Idaho hasn’t even had a chance to speak. My (Boise) Chief of Police hasn’t had a chance to speak to the bill,” said Boise Democratic Sen. Elliot Werk who asked that the bill be held in committee at McKenzie’s discretion so that testimony could continue.

But McKenzie said, “If we continued to hear from everyone, it would take us three or four more meetings.”

Ketchum Democratic Sen. Michelle Stennett, also pleading for a delay, said the committee was “being awfully hasty to run this vote through today. We haven’t had an opportunity to hear from all of the universities. It’s unfair not to have them speak.”

One of the colleges that was represented in the two-and-a-half hours of testimony Wednesday morning was the College of Western Idaho which argued that the measure, which would allow persons with enhanced concealed weapons permits to carry guns on campus, would require significant security upgrades.

Even Republican Sen. Patti Anne Lodge asked for more time to review the costs that colleges would face if the bill were passed.

But ultimately, any effort to delay the bill failed, and the Republican majority moved the bill to the full State Senate with a “do pass” recommendation.

The vote was 7-2 along party lines.

Voting yes were: Sens. Curt McKenzie (chairman), Bart Davis, Russ Fulcher, Brent Hill, Chuck winder, Patti Anne Lodge and Jeff Siddoway.

Voting no were Sens. Michelle Stennett and Elliot Werk.

ORIGINAL POST: Feb. 12, 2014 9:30 a.m.

When the Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee gaveled in an early morning hearing, which was moved to the Statehouse’s Lincoln Auditorium due to the large audience, there was only one item on the agenda—Senate Bill 1254, which allow individuals with enhanced concealed weapon permits to carry firearms onto Idaho’s public college campuses.
The sponsor of the bill is the committee’s chairman, Sen. Curt McKenzie. But McKenzie didn’t present his own measure. Instead, he allowed Dakota Moore, lobbyist for the National Rifle Association to introduce the bill.
Moore said he took personal offense at what he called the “stereotype” of a drinking culture and immaturity among college students. He also pushed back at Boise State University Dr. Bob Kustra’s recent letter to his students, staff and faculty that said there was “no recorded incident in which a victim—or a spectator—of a violent crime on a campus has prevented a crime by brandishing a weapon.”
“Just five days before he sent that email out, USA Today reporting about a shooting on a Florida campus where a man shot one of his attackers,” said Moore. “He was cleared of any liability.”
The Senate committee settled in for what was expected to take the better part of the morning, with McKenzie cautioning those wishing to testify that they would be limited to three minutes.
First up was interim University of Idaho President Don Burnett, testifying against the proposal, saying it would cut back the authority of the universities to use their best judgement in working with local law enforcement.
But the hearing took a definitive turn when Dr. Kimberly McAdams, a Boise State University psychology professor told the committee that she was in fear of her life.
“My life was recently threatened by a student,” McAdams said, her voice shaking.
McAdams said she was in particular fear of a student who has repeatedly threatened her, yet she felt unsafe in her classroom which has one door and one window.
“There would be no way for me to escape with my life,” she said. “I respectfully disagree with the presidents of Idaho universities who oppose this bill. They are not the ones directly in the line of fire. Please give me a fighting chance of saving my life and the lives of my students. This student has been fixated on me. Please support this bill. My life depends on it.”

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12-Year-Old Targeted By Idaho Tax Commission For Raspberry Stand

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September 3rd, 2013
Updated 09/03/2013 at 2:06 pm

A 12-year-old boy in Pocatello is being targeted by the Idaho Tax Commission for setting up a small raspberry stand without giving the state a percentage of his profits.

boy-raspberry-stand-taxTayson Weeks, who decided to sell raspberries from his family’s farm to save up for a small motorcycle, was confronted by the tax commission on his second day selling to local residents. Following an earlier accident that landed him in the hospital with a concussion, Tayson hoped to spend his summer learning how to properly save money through the raspberry stand.

“He wanted to buy himself a little Honda pit bike. I told him he’d have to pay it for himself,” said Jason Weeks, the boy’s father.

According to Jason, the Tax Commission handed his son a tax form and gave him until Oct. 15 to send the state 6 percent of his earnings. The piece comes following a report by Anthony Gucciardi detailing how, meanwhile, a top bureaucrat works for around 2 hours per day and makes over $400,000 in cash paid for by union workers.

“When I was young, I would sell farm-grown produce from a stand in Park City and no sales tax was involved,” Jason told the Idaho State Journal.

According to Saul Cohen, a tax policy specialist for Idaho’s Tax Commission, it wouldn’t be fair to let the young boy make a few dollars on the side without being taxed.

“What the youngster is doing is selling tangible products. Our mission is to advance fairness in collection,” said Cohen.

Whether or not Tayson plans to pay the state or even continue with his raspberry stand is currently unknown.

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A helicopter makes a drop on a dozer line around a home to protect it from the Beaver Creek Fire on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013 in outside of Ketchum, Idaho.

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Updated 9:16 PM ET

BOISE, Idaho Fire managers expressed optimism Sunday in their battle against a wildfire that has scorched nearly 160 square miles and forced the evacuation of 2,300 homes near the central Idaho resort communities of Ketchum and Sun Valley.

Officials said the blaze had grown by only about 12 square miles because of cloud cover the day before and the arrival of additional crews and equipment. Many firefighters worked Sunday to create protective firebreaks, or gaps in vegetation.

“Today they’re very optimistic that we will reinforce those lines in case the fire does flare up as we saw on Thursday and Friday,” fire spokeswoman Shawna Hartman said.

More than 1,200 people and 19 aircraft were battling the lightning-caused Beaver Creek Fire, which started Aug. 7 and was 9 percent contained. Nearly 90 fire engines also were in the region, many protecting homes in the affluent area where celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis own pricey getaways.

Hartman said Sunday retardant was being dropped on the flank of Bald Mountain — the Sun Valley Resort’s primary ski hill — to reinforce a fire line. That meant the famed ski mountain known as “Baldy” and often used in publicity photos would have a red line of retardant visible from Ketchum.

Hartman said the drop was part of a plan by fire managers to bolster protection for the tony resort town, but he noted the fire had not yet spread to the mountain.

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LEAVE NOW: ‘Angry’ Idaho Fire Spreads To 126,000 Acres, Threatens Luxury Homes

Posted: Aug 19, 2013 9:34 AM CST Updated: Aug 19, 2013 11:53 AM CST

BOISE, Idaho (AP) – Some evacuated residents in the central Idaho resort area of Ketchum and Sun Valley are being allowed to return home Monday.

Blaine County spokeswoman Bronwyn Nickel says residents of about 100 homes have been allowed to return but about 2,000 homes remain under mandatory evacuation orders due to the 160-square-mile Beaver Creek Fire. The blaze is 8 percent contained.

At the same time, another wildfire looming over the tiny town of Atlanta about 50 miles to the west has led to evacuation orders.

Atlanta residents have been told to leave by noon Monday because of the 3-square-mile Little Queens Fire burning about 6 miles to the northwest through grass and timber.

Fire managers say a shortage of resources due to other large wildfires in the region is hampering firefighting efforts.

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Some Idaho residents being let back in on pre-evacuation orders

by KTVB / AP / CBS News

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Posted on August 19, 2013 at 9:30 AM

Updated today at 4:59 PM

BOISE, Idaho—A playground for some and home to many, the Wood River Valley is on edge as a massive fire burns dangerously close to homes, stretching fire crews and keeping officials hopping.

Red Flag conditions, including higher temperatures and wind gusts up to 38 miles per hour, increased fire activity on the Beaver Creek Fire Sunday afternoon and evening. And crews expect similar conditions on Monday.

The fire has burned 158 square miles, and has forced 2,250 homes into a mandatory evacuation order.

Another 7700 homes are under what is known as pre-evacuation, giving them time to pack up essential belongings and get ready to go at a moment’s notice if the fire grows closer. A total of nearly 10,000 homes are impacted by the massive fire that a public information officer termed “a beast.”

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Earth Watch Report  –  Forest/Wild Fires

The Pony Complex is currently burning 52,000 acres near Mountain Home. The fires have closed roads and forced homeowners to evacuate Saturday.

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MOUNTAIN HOME — The town of Prairie and the area of Fall Creek is now under a mandatory evacuation because of the Pony Complex Fire.

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Forest / Wild Fire in USA on Saturday, 10 August, 2013 at 04:50 (04:50 AM) UTC.

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The town of Prairie and the area of Fall Creek is now under a mandatory evacuation because of the Pony Complex Fire. We are told residents can evacuate using Blacks Creek Road. A shelter is in place for evacuated residents. The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office says evacuated residents can go to the Good Counsel Hall in Mountain Home. This wildfire is especially dangerous because of how fast it’s moving. A 56-mile stretch of Highway 20 was closed most of the day from Mountain Home to Fairfield, but reopened around 3 p.m. Right now all the focus is on the town of Prairie and the area around it as the Pony Complex fire continues to inch closer and closer to homes. Our crew that was on the scene most of the day says the fire has burned to about one mile away from the town located about 50 miles east of Boise. Elmore County Sheriff’s deputies are going door-to-door talking to homeowners and letting them know that they are under a mandatory evacuation order. Lightning started 11 fires overnight, forcing the closure of Highway 20 from the Pilot Truck Stop in Mountain Home to the Camas County line. Ten outbuildings and barns have been destroyed because of these fires that have burned 30,000 acres. The Pony Complex fire is estimated to cover about 39 square miles, stretching to the southwestern end of Anderson Ranch Reservoir. Many families trying to start vacations in the Sun Valley area were forced to turn around. Some saw the storms roll through last night and decided to stay in Mountain Home before trying to continue their trip. The Bureau of Land Management has 125 firefighters, 20 engines, eight dozers, six air tankers and a Type I and Type 2 management teams are on their way. Wind continues to be the biggest problem for firefighters. Large plumes of smoke can be seen billowing from the hillsides, make visibility very poor.

 

Mandatory fire evacuations ordered in Elmore County

Published: August 10, 2013 Updated 1 hour ago

The Pony Complex is currently burning 52,000 acres near Mountain Home. The fires have closed roads and forced homeowners to evacuate Saturday.

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Mayfield residents are being routed from their homes by a wildfire burning close to the town.

The Mudd Fire, part of the 52,000 acre Pony Complex that sparked during Thursday night’s lightning storm, is burning in the foothills above Mayfield, a Bureau of Land Management spokeswoman said Saturday.

Mallory Eils said that the town wasn’t immediately threatened by the blaze, but officials thought it was best to take precautions.About 200 residents have been evacuated. The fire is burning mostly on the Elmore County side, but officials are in contact with Ada County in case it spreads.

The area between Indian Creek Road, Mayfield Road, and Base Line Road is being evacuated now, she said. Evacuees are being directed to the Red Cross shelter at Good Council Hall in Mountain Home.

 

Highway 20 reopens, Idaho town evacuated due to wildfire

by KTVB.com

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Posted on August 9, 2013 at 5:26 PM

 

MOUNTAIN HOME — The town of Prairie and the area of Fall Creek is now under a mandatory evacuation because of the Pony Complex Fire.

We are told residents can evacuate using Blacks Creek Road.

A shelter is in place for evacuated residents.  The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office says evacuated residents can go to the Good Counsel Hall in Mountain Home.

This wildfire is especially dangerous because of how fast it’s moving.

A 56-mile stretch of Highway 20 was closed most of the day from Mountain Home to Fairfield, but reopened around 3 p.m.

“The fire is growing with the wind and the terrain and they dry conditions and the heat,” said Carrie Bilbao with the Boise BLM District.  “With the multiple starts and trying to get resources on them, it’s been tough.”

Right now all the focus is on the town of Prairie and the area around it as the Pony Complex fire continues to inch closer and closer to homes.  Our crew that was on the scene most of the day says the fire has burned to about one mile away from the town located about 50 miles east of Boise.

 

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Earth Watch Report  –  Extreme Weather

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It’s that time of the year again, where a hot desert meets the Summer.  Temperatures in the 100s across Phoenix will turn to 115+, with 120+ along the Colorado River Valley as a ridge of high pressure builds in the area.

This ridge will be very large, bringing temperatures 15-20 degrees higher than normal for Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, New Mexico, and Utah.  Other areas like Montana, and Wyoming may also be in the outer fridges of the heatwave ridge.

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Arkansas

  1. 3.4 16km N of Morrilton, Arkansas 2013-05-24 00:44:24-05:00 5.7 km deep

  2. 2.5 15km NNE of Morrilton, Arkansas 2013-05-23 07:22:16-05:00 5.5 km deep

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California

  1. 3.3 18km SW of Fort Irwin, California 2013-05-25 20:58:31-05:00 3.0 km deep

  2. 2.7 1km NNW of The Geysers, California 2013-05-25 19:29:01-05:00 2.2 km deep

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  8. 2.7 10km SSE of San Juan Bautista, California 2013-05-25 05:12:59-05:00 10.4 km deep

  9. 3.3 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 21:27:04-05:00 0.1 km deep

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  13. 2.6 11km SW of Westwood, California 2013-05-24 18:27:35-05:00 1.3 km deep

  14. 2.7 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 16:32:58-05:00 0.1 km deep

  15. 3.0 19km NE of Shawville, Canada 2013-05-24 14:48:08-05:00 18.0 km deep

  16. 3.2 12km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 13:58:14-05:00 0.0 km deep

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  24. 3.9 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 10:26:21-05:00 9.8 km deep

  25. 2.9 8km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 08:18:54-05:00 6.3 km deep

  26. 2.5 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 07:36:14-05:00 1.0 km deep

  27. 2.8 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 06:59:08-05:00 0.0 km deep

  28. 3.8 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 06:40:15-05:00 0.0 km deep

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  34. 2.7 12km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 03:15:17-05:00 6.5 km deep

  35. 4.9 11km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 03:02:19-05:00 5.2 km deep

  36. 3.7 14km SW of Westwood, California 2013-05-24 02:46:08-05:00 0.0 km deep

  37. 2.6 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 02:38:43-05:00 7.6 km deep

  38. 2.5 11km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 02:22:19-05:00 2.8 km deep

  39. 2.7 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 02:20:21-05:00 6.2 km deep

  40. 2.5 13km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 02:19:20-05:00 7.3 km deep

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  44. 3.4 13km SSW of Westwood, California 2013-05-24 01:44:58-05:00 0.0 km deep

  45. 2.8 12km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 01:37:28-05:00 0.0 km deep

  46. 3.0 10km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 01:31:06-05:00 0.0 km deep

  47. 2.7 8km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 01:12:52-05:00 3.4 km deep

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  49. 2.9 8km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:39:43-05:00 0.0 km deep

  50. 3.1 13km SSW of Westwood, California 2013-05-24 00:24:42-05:00 0.0 km deep

  51. 2.9 9km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:18:23-05:00 0.0 km deep

  52. 2.7 7km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:13:46-05:00 2.5 km deep

  53. 2.9 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:09:13-05:00 0.1 km deep

  54. 2.7 11km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:06:15-05:00 0.2 km deep

  55. 3.6 8km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-24 00:01:55-05:00 0.0 km deep

  56. 3.5 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 23:58:57-05:00 0.1 km deep

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  63. 2.6 10km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 23:23:40-05:00 5.1 km deep

  64. 2.8 10km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 23:09:15-05:00 1.3 km deep

  65. 3.4 15km SE of Chester, California 2013-05-23 23:08:21-05:00 0.0 km deep

  66. 2.6 12km SSW of Westwood, California 2013-05-23 23:07:44-05:00 1.6 km deep

  67. 2.6 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 23:04:09-05:00 1.6 km deep

  68. 3.4 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:55:56-05:00 10.3 km deep

  69. 3.4 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:55:31-05:00 6.1 km deep

  70. 3.3 11km NW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:51:20-05:00 11.2 km deep

  71. 4.2 9km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:50:28-05:00 11.4 km deep

  72. 4.6 10km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:48:57-05:00 14.0 km deep

  73. 5.7 11km WNW of Greenville, California 2013-05-23 22:47:08-05:00 11.0 km deep

  74. 2.7 33km SW of Rio Dell, California 2013-05-22 16:26:44-05:00 22.6 km deep

  75. 4.2 238km W of Crescent City, California 2013-05-20 08:56:30-05:00 10.0 km deep

  76. 4.3 250km W of Crescent City, California 2013-05-20 08:23:44-05:00 10.0 km deep

  77. 4.3 273km W of Crescent City, California 2013-05-20 08:20:53-05:00 10.0 km deep

  78. 4.1 248km W of Crescent City, California 2013-05-20 08:19:30-05:00 10.0 km deep

  79. 2.8 4km SW of Niland, California 2013-05-19 10:44:43-05:00 2.1 km deep

  80. 4.0 10km S of Rancho Palos Verdes, California 2013-05-15 15:00:06-05:00 1.2 km deep

  81. 4.0 10km S of Rancho Palos Verdes, California 2013-05-15 15:00:06-05:00 0.1 km deep

  82. 3.1 7km NNE of Cabazon, California 2013-05-15 11:20:05-05:00 17.9 km deep

  83. 3.0 6km NW of The Geysers, California 2013-05-15 01:11:55-05:00 4.0 km deep

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Idaho

  1. 2.7 53km NE of Idaho City, Idaho 2013-05-21 01:23:52-05:00 9.0 km deep

  2. 2.7 53km NE of Idaho City, Idaho 2013-05-21 01:23:52-05:00 9.0 km deep

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Montana

  1. 2.9 12km SW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-22 04:32:24-05:00 11.6 km deep

  2. 2.8 57km NNW of Hysham, Montana 2013-05-21 09:54:34-05:00 7.2 km deep

  3. 2.6 13km SW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-21 08:13:55-05:00 10.5 km deep

  4. 3.2 12km SW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-21 06:20:36-05:00 11.1 km deep

  5. 2.7 13km WSW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-21 05:01:00-05:00 10.5 km deep

  6. 3.3 13km SW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-21 03:34:18-05:00 9.7 km deep

  7. 2.6 13km WSW of Lima, Montana 2013-05-23 12:30:14-05:00 3.7 km deep

  8. 2.8 29km SSE of Seeley Lake, Montana 2013-05-17 06:44:15-05:00 11.6 km deep

  9. 2.7 34km SSW of Three Forks, Montana

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Nevada

  1. 3.3 55km E of McDermitt, Nevada 2013-05-23 15:56:31-05:00 0.0 km deep

  2. 2.7 35km NNW of West Wendover, Nevada 2013-05-20 17:50:25-05:00 0.0 km deep

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Oklahoma

  1. 2.7 18km SSE of Medford, Oklahoma 2013-05-19 08:33:06-05:00 6.8 km dee

  2. 2.9 11km ENE of Luther, Oklahoma 2013-05-19 20:46:35-05:00 4.5 km deep

  3. 2.6 6km N of Harrah, Oklahoma 2013-05-15 05:54:06-05:00 4.3 km deep

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Oregon

  1. 3.9 Off the coast of Oregon 2013-05-21 15:28:31-05:00 12.3 km deep

  2. 4.3 252km WSW of Brookings, Oregon 2013-05-20 08:12:44-05:00 10.0 km deep

  3. 4.4 234km WSW of Brookings, Oregon 2013-05-20 09:07:59-05:00 10.0 km deep

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Washington State

  1. 2.5 3km ENE of Lewisville, Washington 2013-05-25 11:40:51-05:00 1.8 km deep

  2. 2.9 8km NE of Sedro-Woolley, Washington 2013-05-25 10:22:59-05:00 8.2 km deep

  3. 2.5 11km N of Anacortes, Washington 2013-05-22 08:48:06-05:00 15.5 km deep

  4. 2.5 32km NE of Amboy, Washington 2013-05-21 03:03:05-05:00 6.0 km deep

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Wyoming

  1. 3.6 23km WNW of Afton, Wyoming 2013-05-16 00:23:52-05:00 4.8 km deep

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