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State Line Fire 50 pct contained

A firefighter works on the north side of the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico-Colorado border.
Hugh Miles describes how he battled flames from the State Line Fire to save his home west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
A grasshopper – still alive – clings to burned grass after the State Line Fire burned west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
Dan Noonan, chief of Durango Fire & Rescue Authority, works in the mobile command post for the State Line Fire on Sunday morning.
Ash devils rise from the landscape Sunday morning at the State Line Fire.
Firefighters work on a site only feet from U.S. Highway 550 where a small building was destroyed by the State Line Fire on Saturday.
The State Line Fire near Bondad pictured Saturday evening.
Richard Gustafson, left, incident commander for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Dan Noonan, chief of the Durango Fire & Rescue Authority, talk to firefighters and concerned citizens about the State Line Fire on Saturday evening on U.S. Highway 550 just south of Bondad Hill.
Jordan Barnett with Durango Fire & Rescue Authority at the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
A log burns below a gas well in the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
U.S. Forest Service fire investigators and La Plata County Sheriff’s deputies investigate the Ftate Line Fire that burned west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
A firefighter works on north side of the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.

State Line Fire 50 pct contained

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A firefighter works on the north side of the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico-Colorado border.
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Hugh Miles describes how he battled flames from the State Line Fire to save his home west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
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A grasshopper – still alive – clings to burned grass after the State Line Fire burned west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
Dan Noonan, chief of Durango Fire & Rescue Authority, works in the mobile command post for the State Line Fire on Sunday morning.
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Ash devils rise from the landscape Sunday morning at the State Line Fire.
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Firefighters work on a site only feet from U.S. Highway 550 where a small building was destroyed by the State Line Fire on Saturday.
The State Line Fire near Bondad pictured Saturday evening.
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Richard Gustafson, left, incident commander for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Dan Noonan, chief of the Durango Fire & Rescue Authority, talk to firefighters and concerned citizens about the State Line Fire on Saturday evening on U.S. Highway 550 just south of Bondad Hill.
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Jordan Barnett with Durango Fire & Rescue Authority at the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
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A log burns below a gas well in the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
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U.S. Forest Service fire investigators and La Plata County Sheriff’s deputies investigate the Ftate Line Fire that burned west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
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A firefighter works on north side of the State Line Fire west of U.S. Highway 550 on Sunday north of the New Mexico and Colorado border.
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