GREAT FALLS — A wildfire sparked in Fergus County on Thursday, July 21, 2022.
The Pospisil Fire was discovered at 3:15 pm, according to the MT Fire Info website. As of Thursday evening, the fire had burned an estimated 376 acres.
There were no reports that the fire was threatening structures of homes.
On Friday, July 22, 2022, Fergus County Disaster & Emergency Services said on Facebook: "Roy, Hilger and Grass Range fire departments were paged along with USFWS, BLM and DNRC resources to a fast moving fire in a hay field southwest of Bohemian Corner. The fire was in final mop up this morning, equipment caused, and approximately 345 acres burned."
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