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Sinks Canyon fire hits 1,200 acres, still could spread

Jul 23, 2013 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

TUESDAY EVENING UPDATE 6:10 p.m.: The U.S. Forest Service now says the fire perimeter has increased to 1686 acres with growth seen on the western edge ...


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A fast-moving wildfire, estimated Tuesday morning at 1,200 acres, is burning near Sinks Canyon State Park. This photo of a large jet dumping fire retardant near the fire was taken Monday evening from the home of Eric and Nikki Baker on Boulder Loop off of Squaw Creek Road.

A fast-moving wildfire, estimated Tuesday morning at 1,200 acres, is burning near Sinks Canyon State Park. This photo of a large jet dumping fire retardant near the fire was taken Monday evening from the home of Eric and Nikki Baker on Boulder Loop off of Squaw Creek Road.


A fast-moving wildfire, estimated Tuesday morning at 1,200 acres, is burning near Sinks Canyon State Park. This photo of a large jet dumping fire retardant near the fire was taken Monday evening from the home of Eric and Nikki Baker on Boulder Loop off of Squaw Creek Road.

A fast-moving wildfire, estimated Tuesday morning at 1,200 acres, is burning near Sinks Canyon State Park. This photo of a large jet dumping fire retardant near the fire was taken Monday evening from the home of Eric and Nikki Baker on Boulder Loop off of Squaw Creek Road.

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