Wildfire the 2003 Season
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The fire was started by lightning and is threatening 15 homes.

No buildings have burned. Sixty-two people are battling the
blaze -- which is about five percent contained. The fire is burning
in the White River National Forest about 25 miles southeast of

Other wildfires continued to burn across the state -- scorching
nearly eleven-thousand-seven-hundred acres.

The largest fire remains the Balcony House Complex, burning more
than 27-hundred acres at Mesa Verde National Park.