Following are updates on various major fires burning in the region as of Tuesday, July 17.

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Monument ComplexAcres: 23,390

Location: 5 miles northeast of Monument.

Staffing: 600 people - 22 fire crews, 1 helicopter, 24 engines, 9 dozers, 12 water tenders.

Containment: 0 percent.

Calamity ComplexAcres: 2,276

Location: 16 miles southeast of Seneca

Resources: 5 crews, 1 helicopter, 13 engines.

Containment: 90 percent.

Egley ComplexAcres: 2,000

Location: 10 miles north of Riley, near Burns.

Resources: 43 hand crews, 5 helicopters, 96 engines, 17 dozers, 32 water tenders.

Containment: 45 percent.

Fossil Creek Fire Acres: 2,940

Location: 11 miles southeast of Spray, 3 miles north of John Day Fossil Beds

Staffing: 17 engines, 7 hand crews, 3 helicopters, 3 dozers, and miscellaneous overhead personnel. Firefighters were also assisted by a heavy airtanker.

Containment: 20 percent.

Cottonwood Creek FireAcres: 3,600

Location: 35 north of Enterprise.

Staffing: 7 10-person inmate hand crews, one regular 20-person crew, 3 helicopters, 1 fire engine, 3 dozers, 1 water tender.

Containment: 15 percent.

Black Rock FireAcres: 1,800

Location: 10 miles southeast of Clarno.

Containment: 70 percent.

Grizzly Mountain FiresMud Springs: 982 acres.

Jim Creek: 175 acres.

Foley Butte: 19 acres.

Containment: 100 percent.

Source: Oregon Department of Forestry, Northwest Interagency Coordination Center

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