<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Fourmile Canyon Fire]]> <![CDATA[Survival stinks]]> Families all around them have run through their mental lists of all they lost in the Fourmile Canyon fire: the family photos, the irretrievable data on melted computers, the teddy bear that lulled a child to sleep every night, the house where so many of those family memories were made, and so much more.]]> <![CDATA[Tickets for Fourmile Fire benefit concert sell out]]> The four members of jam band legends Phish, plus some prominent Boulder area bands, will play a benefit for the Boulder Mountain Fire Relief Fund on Saturday, Oct. 9 at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield.]]> <![CDATA[The Fourmile fire]]> Cmdr. Phil West of the Boulder County Sheriff %uFFFDs Office told Boulder Weekly that there are still a number of interviews left for his office to complete before it is ready to make its final recommendation on whether charges should be filed.]]> <![CDATA[Psychiatrist: Victims need to stay active, keep talking]]> Emily Bucy, a psychiatrist at Boulder Community Hospital, told Boulder Weekly the classic model of the five stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance) created by Elisabeth K%uFFFDbler-Ross can be applied to a disaster like the loss of a home in a wildfire, but with some differences.]]> <![CDATA[A glimpse into firefighter camp]]> <![CDATA[Smoke signals, via Twitter]]> As the flames raced through northwest Boulder on Labor Day morning, concerned residents naturally jumped on their computers in search of news on the fire. But those who scoured through news sites found very little in the way of live coverage and updates.]]> <![CDATA[County opens distribution center]]> Relief for the victims of the Fourmile Canyon fire %uFFFD and aid for the firefighters %uFFFD has poured in since smoke first started billowing from the hills, and it has taken many forms, from shelter for humans and pets to donations of food, water and supplies.]]> <![CDATA[Gold Hill Elementary needs help to survive fire]]> <![CDATA[Fourmile Fire watch: Fire is 100 percent contained, investigation continues]]> Boulder County officials have announced the the Fourmile Canyon fire is 100 percent contained. There are still some dangers in the burn area but most if not all residentsshould be allowed to return to their homes by Wednesday.]]> <![CDATA[Boulder restaurants offering free food and drink for evacuees, firefighters]]> With the Boulder County fire still burning, local businesses are coming together to help out the 3,500 displaced homeowners and the firefighters fighting the blaze.]]> <![CDATA[Community shares loss, pulls together during Fourmile Canyon blaze]]> The fire has destroyed at least 170 structures, and the Boulder Outlook Hotel and other local hotels are offering special rates for evacuees and displaced families. ]]> <![CDATA[Where there is smoke]]> The county%uFFFDs public health department issued an advisory for Wednesday suggesting that schoolchildren be kept indoors as much as possible, and that pregnant women minimize smoke exposure as well. People have been advised to avoid exercising outdoors until the smoke clears.]]> <![CDATA[Rogue firefighters sneak to save homes]]> So when Koehn heard the property was on the edge of the Fourmile fire, he knew he couldn%uFFFDt stand around idly and let his beloved ranch burn down. Police had already closed down most of the roads into the ranch, but for Koehn, that just meant he had to get creative.]]>