Rain didn’t stop the growth of the “South Randlett Fire” into Thursday. According to the BIA Forestry & Wildland Fire - Uintah and Ouray Agency, the South Randlett Fire was active and grew to 4 acres before being controlled by fire personnel. It’s suspected the fire was started by lightning on Tuesday night and it is burning in heavy brush, grass and cottonwood trees. Crews from the BIA, Avalon Fire, LaPoint-Tridell Fire and State Lands Forestry & Fire battled the blaze and were able to contain it as of Thursday night. The BIA agency gave a big thanks to all crews and people involved in this success. This is one of many fires battled in the Basin in the last few weeks.