(BOISE, Idaho) -- Three wildfires started this past weekend, reports ABC affiliate KIVI-TV.
The Trinity Ridge Fire is ablaze near Featherville, about 50 miles east of Boise. The fire burned 650 acres on Sunday, and fire crews are still working on controlling the flames. An arson is suspected of causing the fire, investigators say.
The Halstead Fire, which authorities say was caused by lightning, is burning 18 miles northwest of Stanley. As of Sunday, 23,000 acres burned. Currently, only one percent is contained.
The Grizzly Fire, located near Cambridge, had burned 850 acres by Sunday. Authorities were able to contain it by Sunday night.
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