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UTAH FIRES

Elevator Canyon fire, is winding down after burning 31,360 acres - 13,000 in Idaho and 18,360 in Utah along the border southwest of Malad. Rain Tuesday evening helped cool a number of troublesome hot spots. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Declared under control Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Castle Rock fire, 3,200 acres burned on Stansbury Island. The fire remains troublesome because of recurring winds. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Controlled Monday a.m. Friday on Stansbury Island. Around 2,500 acres. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Contained but not controlled.

Antelope Mountain fire, burned 8,600 acres of sagebrush and grass 15 miles northwest of Milford since its start Wednesday. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: 90 percent contained, a status that has not changed since Sunday.

East Twin fire, 40 acres 18 miles west of Kanosh in Millard County. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Controlled Tuesday.

Horse Hollow fire, 75 acres 15 miles west of Kanosh in Millard County. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Contained since Saturday but no control estimate as of Wednesday morning.

Cricket fire, 60 acres west of Antelope Mountain near the Black Rock intersection in Millard County. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: Contained Tuesday.

Black Willow Springs fire, 100 acres since its start Tuesday, burning pinion and juniper trees in steep terrain on the Fishlake National Forest 12 miles northeast of Oak City in Millard County. CAUSE: Lightning. STATUS: No containment estimate as of Wednesday morning.