Firefighters have completely contained a 438-acre, lightning-caused blaze in Tooele County's Sheeprock Mountains. Now, they warily watch the horizons for signs of fresh smoke.
The Black Crook Creek Fire blackened tinder-dry swaths of grass, sagebrush, pinyon and juniper since being sparked during a thunderstorm on June 29. No structures were lost and no injuries were reported, according to Fire Information Officer Loyal Clark.
The fire was declared 100 percent contained about 6 p.m. Monday.