A fire that started Sunday rekindles Wednesday with furor. With winds 7 - 10 mph, all departments were toned and responded. The smoke was starting to diminish sometime that evening as firemen worked hard to keep it controlled. A Bryson truck and firefighters develop a plan in the bottom picture. According to firefighters, this has been a mild season for wildfire, even though we are in an extreme drought in some parts of the county. Most of the fires have been put out quickly after firemen responded. As of Wednesday night, firemen were still working and the Armstrong fire had destroyed 150 acres.