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Utah wildfire updates: 9 fires continue burning across the state

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SALT LAKE CITY — A new fire that sparked near Minersville in Iron County on Friday evening grew to more than 1,300 acres by Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, firefighters are continuing to gain containment of the Dollar Ridge Fire in Duchesne County, which is the largest fire of this season thus far.

Currently, nine active wildfires are burning across the state, according to Utah wildfire officials.

Stay tuned to KSL.com for live updates on fire activity throughout the day.

Friday's fire coverage:

This story will be updated.

Saturday, 08:28pm

Cove Creek Fire (20 miles north of Beaver) grows to 90 acres

Saturday, 08:15pm

Crooked Creek Fire in Sanpete County 5 percent contained

Saturday, 02:47pm

Horse Valley Fire in Iron County expected to be contained by Saturday evening

Saturday, 08:42am

Dollar Ridge Fire in Duchesne County is 84 percent contained

Saturday, 08:36am

Lightning-caused fire in Sanpete County is 130 acres

Saturday, 08:27am

Horse Valley Fire in Iron County grows to 1,300 acres

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