No Name evacuation lifted Sunday |

No Name evacuation lifted Sunday

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Residents could begin to return to No Name starting at 4 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release Monday from the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office.

“Smoke from the fire is still visible but is propagating from the higher areas above the canyon rim,” the release states.

People are still encouraged to be ready to leave quickly in case of new evacuation orders and to keep the “six Ps” in mind:

  • People and pets
  • Papers, phone numbers, and important documents
  • Prescriptions, vitamins, and eyeglasses
  • Pictures and irreplaceable memorabilia
  • Personal Computers (information on hard drive and removable memory)
  • Plastic (credit cards, ATM cards) and cash

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