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DISAUTEL - The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs is investigating a three-acre brush fire that burned the afternoon of July 31 at the Disautel garbage transfer station east of Omak.
The fire smoldered into today, Aug. 1, with a smoky haze settling over the Omak area.
Fire Management Officer Ike Cawston said investigators are looking into the fire's cause.
The site is off Omak Mountain Lookout Road.
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