Winding the Schultz fire down
Started: June 20, 2010
Location: North and east of Schultz Pass
Containment: 50 percent
Cost to fight: $5.8 million
Fire personnel: 901
Aircraft: 4 air tankers, 7 helicopters
Equipment: 41 engines, 13 water tenders
Structures lost: none
Cause: abandoned campfire
Closure area: Kachina Peaks Wilderness and a buffer of Coconino National Forest land to east, west and south is closed, including trails leading into Forest Service land from Buffalo Park, McMillan Mesa and city limits.
Beer has its rewards
Flagstaff Brewing Company is receiving national attention from news media for its pledge related to the Schultz fire, which began as an abandoned campfire.
For someone who turns in to law enforcement the person or people who left the campfire, the business pledges free beer for life.
Some restrictions on the quantity of beer apply, said a person who answered the phone at the bar on Friday.