Friday saw several fires across the state extinguished, contained or continuing to burn, from small roadside scorches to blazes spanning hundreds of acres.
• The Cow Hollow Fire in Duchesne County is burning about 8 to 10 miles south of Fruitland. It's grown to at least 30 acres as of Friday evening.
• The Slope Fire, which was sparked by lightning in Millard County, had grown to about 600 acres and was still burning without any reported containment Friday evening. The fire, which is showing "minimal activity" as it smolders in grass and brush, is not threatening any structures, according to fire officials.