“We lost 570 cows,” said Gardiner. “We have a 50,000 acre ranch and we probably lost 42,000 acres of that.”
Andy Phelps lost his mobile home in the wildfire back in March. Today, he now has a home to call his own again.
Some people are still recovering from the damage caused by fires more than a year ago.
Residents of Ashland are offering thanks to everyone who helped in wildfire recovery efforts.
The wildfires March 4 and 5 in Reno County are all suspicious in nature.
$2,200 will go to families who lost their homes.
A phone company is sponsoring a text-to-give campaign to support contributions to the Kansas State Firefighters Association.
Reno County law enforcement officials are working to improve how they respond in times of disaster.
This week’s storms have wrecked havoc on already vulnerable Kansas land.
Wildfires in Kansas burned about 630,000 acres with estimated livestock losses of between 3,000 and 9,000 cattle.
It’s a way to count their blessings and thank first responders for their efforts in fighting the Jupiter Hills and Highlands fires
The convoy left the West Branch area Friday morning and was expected to reach Ashland, Kansas, Saturday.
Donations and volunteers have been pouring into Clark County from across the country.
About 20 Ohio farmers spent the weekend rebuilding fences in Ashland.
Widespread wildfires have small fire crews struggling to keep up.