The Latest on wildfires burning in the West (all times local):

10:45 a.m.

Authorities say a 10-square-mile wildfire sparked by a camp barbecue in a remote part of northern Utah is under control.

Officials say crews finished circling the blaze with containment lines Sunday. Firefighters plan to keep an eye on it as it burns itself out over the course of the week.

The fire started Friday when the barbecue tipped over at a campsite near Park Valley, about 150 miles northwest of Salt Lake City. It ignited dry grass and spread.

Authorities say one person suffered burns trying to put the fire out.

Firefighters are still fighting another wildfire in Utah. That blaze near Pine Valley, in the southern part of the state, has torched nearly 2 square miles of rugged terrain.

It has previously forced evacuations, and while those have been lifted, people could be asked to leave again.