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Burning just 35 miles east of Greybull, the Arden Fire has now consumed 553 acres of heavy timber. Currently at 40% contained, the blaze has yet to threaten any structures. Officials have also determined that lightning started the inferno.

The Hatchery Fire, burning 7 miles northeast of Ten Sleep is now at 40 percent containment as of 9 o’clock last night. Highway 16 in both directions and North Brokenback Road are now open. Fire crews continue to construct direct and indirect fire lines across the fire perimeter.

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The Hatchery fire is located about 7 miles east of Tensleep. This has closed the portion of U.S. Highway 16 between Buffalo and Tensleep. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

The Arden Fire which is burning just over the mountain 35 miles east of Greybull, is now at 40% containment. The fire crews have kept the fire from threatening any structures. They have also held the fire to 530 acres.

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