Fire officials in Bridgeport have a handle on the Buckeye Fire and reported Wednesday that it is 100 percent contained.
Though firefighters have the blaze under control, officials are advising residents that smoke may still be visible as mop-up efforts continue.
Located north of the Buckeye Hot Springs, five miles west of Bridgeport firefighters were able to stop the blaze at 1,140 acres.
The lightning caused fire started on Sunday around 11 a.m. Approximately 211 personnel were working the fire, including ground and air crews.
According to the Owens Valley Cruisers car club, fall is one of the best times of the year to get behind the wheel and drive the winding roads of local canyons, and each year they invite classic car buffs from all over the West to join them as they bask in the fall colors.
The Owens Valley Cruisersâ€™ 18th Annual Fall Colors Car Show will be hitting Bishop this weekend alongside the popular Choo Choo Swap Meet and the Altrusa Art Show and Sale.
Bishopâ€™s elected officials, met on Monday to hear about no-parking zones proposed for areas around the Bishop City Park.
The City Council was told there is a growing public safety and traffic problem growing on Park, Spruce and East Yaney streets every weekend as large crowds come out to watch soccer in the area.