The Hardluck Fire located in the Washakie Wilderness grew significantly over the weekend and is now estimated to involve 45-hundred-80 acres – that’s in increase of more than 33-hundred acres that it grew Friday afternoon alone. The fire continues to be monitored by a 20-person crew as a managed fire, and due to its remoteness, it continues not to threaten private property. Meanwhile, the Emigrant Fire north of Yellowstone National Park in Park County, Montana is now estimated to involve approximately 600 acres and is being battled by 122 firefighters, two helicopters and four engines. However, those efforts have still not been able to achieve any containment of the blaze. Still, the fire is still not posing a threat to private property in the area. Fire personnel say the cooler weather should help them get a handle on the fire. Fire danger in that area is considered high.