SWEETWATER COUNTY — Sweetwater County Fire Warden Mike Bournazian said it could be several weeks before the area sees elevated fire danger potential, but one large fire could change everything. With the long and wet spring, the county will see another year of continued grass growth across the area, according to Bournazian.

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