Outdoor burning is once again allowed for Wichita County residents after county commissioners voted to lift the burn ban Monday morning.
As we wait and pray for rain, another Texoma county is enacting a burn ban as the wildfire season arrives.
After letting their burn ban expire in late February in the hopes some rain would arrive, Clay County commissioners have enacted a new ban.
Outdoor burning is no longer allowed in Young County.
Three Texoma counties are now under burn bans.
Archer County Commissioners Court orders burn ban for thirty days.
Wichita County Commissioners voted to allow residents to ring in the new year with a bang but restrictions do apply.
Even though Wichita County has had some rain in recent weeks, commissioners have decided to remain one of the few counties in the area to keep enforcing a burn ban.
Foard County is the latest county to lift their burn ban.
The burn ban, put into place in Wichita County on December 3rd, is now lifted.
One Texoma county has lifted its burn ban thanks to recent rains.
The snow some Texoma counties received on Christmas day might not have much of of an impact on our drought conditions, but it did encourage some county leaders to lift burn bans.
Wichita County is once again under a burn ban.
22 more counties in the Sooner State are off the burn ban list.
Wichita County burn ban stays in effect.
County officials say they recommended the burn ban stay in tact because they don't want to waste the county's diminishing water supply.
The ban went into effect Friday morning and prohibits all outdoor burning.
Archer County commissioners decided to enact a burn ban at their meeting this morning.
In an effort to conserve water and prevent fires, county commissioners approve an extension of emergency burn ban.
Some activities, which are outlines in individual city ordinances, are still allowed under the burn ban.