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More public lands are reopening as the fire danger subsides in some areas.
Storms over the weekend have provided much-needed moisture to the Lincoln National Forest and surrounding areas, enough to lower fire restrictions and fire danger ratings.
As fire crews head out the door to continue fighting the 416 Fire near Durango, many fathers and grandfathers are away from their families.
Fire officials say an illegal campfire started a fire that has burned 47,370 acres in the Gila National Forest. As of Friday, June 14, the fire is at 74 percent containment.
Firefighters have not said how big the fire ended up being or what may have started it.
More than 13,000 Boy Scouts from across the country will not be camping at New Mexico's Philmont Scout Ranch this summer.
The 32,000 acre 416 Fire keeps growing, but firefighters have been following a battle plan, and it seems to be working.
Saturday's rain aided firefighting efforts, however, the storm was not enough to lift the Stage 3 fire restrictions within the Jemez Mountain area where a fire 10 miles west of Los Alamos sparked last Thursday.
The Navajo Nation is tightening fire restrictions across the reservation because of ongoing drought.
Doctors are warning that smoke from nearby wildfires can have a significant impact on children.