Crews Reach 65% Containment On Rancho Fire

Containment on the Rancho Fire burning near Rancho Tehama in Tehama County has increased to 65 percent, according to Cal-Fire. Also due to more accurate mapping the acreage had gone down from 700 to 593. 10 structures have been destroyed and four others damaged. All evacuation orders have been lifted.

Meanwhile, firefighters continue to work the Graham Fire, which is burning southeast of Red Bluff in the Ishi Wilderness Area of the Lassen National Forest. It is 70 percent contained and has burned 173 acres. Crews will take advantage of cooler weather to work on containment lines.