COLUMBIA COUNTY, Wash. - Some roads have reopened near Dayton and it is a good sign for those fighting the Columbia Complex Fire.
Wolf Fork and Tucannon Roads are open. Firefighters said there is less wind.
More than 102,000 acres of land has burned.
Strong winds yesterday tested fire lines. Firefighters said they are building more fire lines in the Wenaha Tucannon Wilderness area.
There is 11,000 firefighters on scene. This entire blaze has cost over 22-million dollars.