The Alaska fire southeast of Provo has grown to 489 acres, though firefighters have it approximately 35% contained. 

Over 100 firefighters are now on scene working to contain the Alaska Fire that started Tuesday night near Provo. The blaze, which was had burned 30-40 acres by 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, has now burned 450 acres and is 10% contained, Utah Fire Info reports.

Provo firefighters stay up every until about three in the morning every Fourth of July in anticipation of the next call. Fire Marshal Lynn Schofield offered advice on dealing with fireworks around this year’s Fourth of July and Pioneer Day celebrations.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday it will launch For the Strength of Youth conferences in the U.S. and Canada starting in 2020.