GLENDALE — The growing Douglas Complex remained the top-priority fire in the nation today, though officials said firefighters are making progress containing the cluster of fires burning north of this south Douglas County town. Three hundred firefighters, including three hotshot crews, have been reassigned to the Douglas Complex, swelling personnel to 2,652. The lightning-caused Douglas Complex burned on 35,633 acres north of Glendale this morning, 3,000 acres more than Saturday. The Whiskey Complex east of Tiller mushroomed from 4,896 to 7,368 acres, forcing firefighters to retreat and reform their fire line farther east. Fire officials said some of the growth …
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