MEDORA, N.D. — Two small wildfires burning in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota are 90 percent contained.
The National Park Service says both fires are in remote, rugged territory and are less than a square mile in size. The National Park Service says the Jones Creek Fire is 5 acres and the Halliday Well Fire is 11 acres.
Lightning started both fires. The area is in extreme drought this summer.
The agency says trails in the area that had been closed due to the fires are now open.