Above: firefighters on the Mendocino Complex of Fires July 27, 2018. Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office photo.
(Originally published at 10:20 a.m. PDT July 28, 2018)
Two fires that started at around noon on July 27 have burned thousands of acres in Mendocino County, California.
The Ranch Fire, northeast of Ukiah just off Highway 20, has burned about 3,500 acres and one outbuilding near Potter Valley.
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The River Fire southeast of Ukiah has burned about 6,000 acres and one residence.
These fires are being managed together as part of the Mendocino Complex of Fires.