1 East Deweyville fire - Flared up on private land and moved into the Wellsville Wilderness five miles east of Deweyville in Box Elder County Saturday. AREA: 240 acres of steep terrain. No structures threatened. CAUSE: human-caused, possibly a campfire. EQUIPMENT: one helicopter, two engines and one bulldozer. STATUS: 70 percent contained. Estimated full containment Sunday. Estimated control Monday.2 East Harker complex fire - Crews continued to demobilize Saturday night after doing mostly rehabilitation work on firebreaks in the Tooele County fire. The most delicate rehabilitation work is taking place in the Reilly fire area, which is in a BLM wilderness study area in southern Tooele County near the Nevada border. The three lightning-caused fires combined to burn 12,300 acres.

3 Edgar fire - The fire in the upper end of Logan Canyon was controlled at 6 p.m. Thursday after burning 3,954 acres. Crews began demobilizing and were to leave most of the cleanup to the Utah National Guard. CAUSE: lightning.

4 199 fire - A 6-acre area in Spanish Fork Canyon flared up Saturday. No structures threatened. EQUIPMENT: two engines. STATUS: not contained. Estimated containment Sunday.

5 Black Willow Springs fire - The 12,000-acre fire near Oak City is under control and crews demobilized Saturday night. Rain showers since Tuesday have helped calm the Millard County fire significantly. The fire burned 2,518 acres of BLM land, 440 acres of private land and 9,073 acres in the Fishlake National Forest.