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Solid signs of progress at the County Line fire

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The County Line Fire Management team will begin reducing in size today. Fire Information Officer John Bearer says fewer people are needed because the fire along the Columbia-Baker County border has reduced in size.

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He says the management team is confident things will keep quieting down and the fire will stay within containment lines.

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