- Jun 27:
- Assayii Lake Fire zone remains closed for the weekend
- Jun 26:
- Assayii Lake Fire at 90 percent containment, downgraded to Type 3 blaze
- Jun 25:
- Assayii Lake Fire reaches 90 percent containment
- Jun 24:
- Firefighters continue work on the Assayii Lake Fire as containment reaches 80 percent
- Jun 22:
- Assayii Lake Fire could be downgraded
- Jun 21:
- Assayii Lake Fire is 60 percent contained
- More visible smoke from Assayii Lake Fire expected today
- Jun 20:
- One week after its start, Assayii Lake Fire is 40 percent contained
- One week after its start, Assayii Lake Fire is 20 percent contained
- Jun 19:
- With 20 percent containment, Assayii Lake Fire has burned 13,450 acres
- Assayii Lake Fire has so far cost $2.5 million to fight
- Containment on Assayii Lake Fire remains steady
- Jun 18:
- Assayii Lake Fire is 5 percent contained, tops 13,000 acres
- Assayii Lake Fire increases to 13,250 acres
- Jun 17:
- Assayii Lake Fire reaches 12,107 acres, remains at 0 percent containment
- San Juan County organizations, community members collect donations for Assayii Lake Fire victims
- LIVE: Coverage of the Assayii Lake Fire
- Assayii Lake Fire now at 12,105 acres
- Jun 16:
- Assayi Lake Fire causes Naschitti residents to evacuate
- Evacuation order issued for Naschitti due to Assayi Lake Fire
- Newcomb, Naschitti CCSD schools being evacuated due to Assayii Lake fire
FARMINGTON — A concert Thursday in Shiprock will benefit people affected by the Assayii Lake Fire.
For The People Assayii Lake Wildfire Benefit Concert will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Phil Thomas Performing Arts Center on State Route 504 in Shiprock.
Performers include Radmilla Cody, the Delbert Anderson Trio, Talibah Begay and Tundra Tigers.
People are asked to donate items in exchange for admission to the concert. Items that can be donated include nonperishable foods, dog food, hay and plastic ware and paper ware, such as bowls and plates.
San Juan County United Way will accept monetary donations at the event.
All of the donations will go to affected communities.
For more information, call 480-707-3863 or go to bit.ly/FireBenefit.