Fire spokeswoman Meghan Stump said firefighters on Sunday worked to finish putting in containment lines on the 173-square-mile blaze.
She said rehabilitation work has also started with crews working to restore dozer lines.
About 770 personnel remain assigned to the lightning-caused blaze that started Aug. 7.
About 50 miles west the tiny mountain town of Atlanta remained under evacuation orders Sunday because of the 25-square-mile Little Queens Fire that is 2 percent contained. About a mile of control line has been built on the north side of the community.
Nearly 400 people are assigned to fight that blaze.
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