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FLAGSTAFF - Two cousins who admitted starting the largest wildfire in Arizona history were sentenced Wednesday to spend a weekend in jail and perform 200 hours of community service.
The Wallow Fire started on May 29, 2011 and burned through nearly 538,000 acres of Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest to become the largest wildfire in state history.
FLAGSTAFF — Two cousins who admitted starting the largest wildfire in Arizona history were sentenced Wednesday to spend a weekend in jail and perform 200 hours of community service.
ST. JOHNS — About 1,400 people living in Apache County will be asked this month to answer a survey that’s aimed at measuring the physical and psychological effects of the Wallow Fire last year in eastern Arizona.
FLAGSTAFF — Two cousins charged with accidentally causing the largest wildfire in Arizona history pleaded guilty Tuesday to a pair of misdemeanor charges after reaching an agreement with prosecutors.
Two Tucson-area men face federal charges in connection with
igniting the largest wildfire in Arizona history.
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