Firefighters made good progress on several large Idaho wildfires but another started that's expected to burn into the fall.
A central Idaho wildfire is now 81 percent contained and 65, 853 acres. The Sharps Fire is burning timber and grass and is about 6 miles east of Bellevue.
In west-central Idaho, the Mesa Fire has consumed 34,378 acres. That fire in timber and grass is 67 percent contained.
A fire in east-central Idaho in timber that started last week is up to 7,558 acres. Officials say the Rabbit Foot Fire is burning in timber with dead and dying trees in all directions, and won't be contained until October.