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Fires contained in Herriman, Sanpete County; evacuations in Kane County



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• The Wolf Den Fire is burning in Uintah County near the community of Big Park and the Colorado line. It has burned about 16,000 acres and is 5 percent contained.

• The Seeley Fire has burned about 22,000 acres on the Manti La Sal National Forest in Emery County. It is 10 percent contained. Seasonal homes in and around the town of Scofield remain evacuated but full-time residents have been allowed to return.

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The Shingle Fire in southern Utah is now at 3,000 acres and is reportedly approaching within two miles of State Road 14, which is closed from Mammoth Jct. to U.S. Highway 89.

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