Cooler temperatures and lighter winds have helped firefighters in Utah contain two blazes.
The Millville Fire in Cache County and the Pole Creek Fire in Duchesne County have both been contained.
Also on Thursday, managers at the Shingle Fire in Kane County announced some evacuations are scheduled to end.
Residents of homes north of Highway 14 will be allowed to return 6 a.m. Friday. Residents of Swain Creek subdivision can return 6 a.m. Saturday.
Seven other wildfires are still burning in Utah:
Location » One mileeast of Alpine
Started » Tuesday
Acres burned » 1,993
Cause » Human
Contained » 50 percent
Evacuations » Following an initial evacuation of 500 homes, all residents were allowed to return Thursday. American Fork Canyon remained closed from the mouth of the canyon to the Cascade Spring/Sundance Junction.
Location » Kane County
Started » Sunday
Acres burned » 8,200Next Page >
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