Suppression efforts have continued over the weekend against the Upper Provo fire, burning near the Mirror Lake Highway in the Uinta mountains.
The U.S. Forest Service is reporting that the blaze started early Friday afternoon, about 22 miles east of Kamas in the Murdock Basin area. An investigation is underway, but the fire is reported as human-caused.
The fire has burned some 336 acres and is 8% contained.
On Saturday, emergency responders put up containment lines on the east and west sides of the blaze.