Official: It’s winter but dryness elevates wildfire threat


AZTEC, N.M. (AP) — A fire official in northwestern New Mexico says there’s an active wildfire threat in the region despite it still being winter. Capt. Tony Herrera, the wildland coordinator for San Juan County Fire and Rescue, said fire dangers generally diminish during winter but there has been heightened fire activity due to dry conditions.

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