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Castle Fire Crews Begin Mop Up and Suppression Repair

As the Castle Fire burns through the remaining pockets of unburned vegetation within its interior, smoke production from the wildfire is expected to diminish over the coming days.

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Grand Canyon National Park suppressing three fires on North Rim

Recent monsoon activity in the region has resulted in several new lightning fires on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park within the last week.

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Lightning-caused wildfire to assist in restoration efforts on Kaibab Plateau

The Kaibab National Forest is planning to allow the lightning-caused Castle Fire on the North Kaibab Ranger District to continue growing within a defined area in order to fulfill its natural role of reducing dense forest fuels and improving overall ecosystem health.

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Increased activity expected on Cat Fire despite recent rains

Rain received on the Cat Fire last week was enough to tame the fire in fine fuels such as grass, leaves, and pine needles.

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Cape Royal Road closed as Obi Fire grows to 3,550 acres

Grand Canyon National Park is closing a scenic road to a North Rim vista and two trails because of a lightning-caused wildfire that has grown to 3.5 square miles (9 square kilometers).

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Obi Fire on North Rim grows to 1,750 acres

As of July 30, the Obi Fire on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park has grown to about 950 acres.

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Obi Fire on North Rim at 743 acres; new start Stina Fire on Kaibab National Forest

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – The Obi Fire, which started July 21, is approximately 743 acres. Growth of the fire perimeter has been primarily in the northern and southeastern portion of the fire perimeter.

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Obi Fire on Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Grows to 435 Acres

The Obi Fire, which started on July 21st, is approximately 435 acres.

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Imperial Fire contained on North Rim of Grand Canyon

On July 18 Grand Canyon National Park fire crews discovered a wildfire on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.