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Wildfires Continue to Burn

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ARMSTRONG COUNTY--- Crews continue to battle three separate wildfires in Armstrong County.

The Texas Forest Service tells NewsChannel 10, a fire on the south rim of Palo Duro Canyon continue to rip through the area. So far, 100 acres have burned.

Currently, firefighters are also monitoring hot spots for two other fires.

A Bone Dry fire has affected nearly a thousand acres. A fires at the JA Ranch  has scorched 12 hundred acres.

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