Related Program: Regional News Remembering The Wake Fire By Jake Ryan • Jul 7, 2014 Related Program: Regional News TweetShareGoogle+Email Felix Belmont Several wildfires are remembered around this time of the year. On July 4th, 1994, the Wake Fire ripped through an area outside Paonia, destroying KVNF’s antenna and three homes. KVNF’s own Felix Belmont was one of those homeowners. Listen Listening... / 6:31 Tags: Wake Firecolorado wildfiresfelix belmontTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Storm King 14 Honored On 20th Anniversary Of Deadly South Canyon Fire By Laura Palmisano • Jul 7, 2014 Laura Palmisano Listen Listening... / 2:42 Listen to the report. Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday in Glenwood Springs to honor 14 men and women who died on July 6, 1994 while fighting the South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain. Colorado's 2014 Wildfire Outlook Released By Laura Palmisano • May 15, 2014 U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jeremy Lock As crews in California battle wildfires in San Diego County, it’s a reminder that the wildfire season has already started here in the West. Colorado’s 2014 fire outlook was released earlier this week. The outlook, presented by the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention & Control, predicts the state’s wildfire potential is normal at least for the early part of the wildfire season. iSeeChange: Are Fires a "Rising Threat" for Wildlife? By Travis Bubenik • Oct 29, 2013 Randy Hampton/Colorado Parks & Wildlife Recently on the Almanac, Peter Cullen noticed he hasn't seen many bears in the mountains of New Mexico this year. Bears are foragers, and Cullen says the lack of piñon, oak and juniper trees caused them to head down to mountain towns looking for thrown-away leftovers. That got us thinking about our bear populations here in western Colorado.