Goose Valley Called to Grass Fire

UPDATE - A grass fire on the south branch of Dry Creek burned 25 acres of state land Wednesday night, according to Bob Williams, chief of the Goose Valley Fire Department.

But no injuries were reported, and no buildings were burned. Williams said the fire was called in about 4:30 p.m., and four units from Goose Valley responded, along with three from the Ranchester Fire Department.

The fire was under control, and firefighters returned to the station by around 9:30 p.m. Williams said at that time, Ranchester still had a truck on the scene, monitoring the situation. The fire was northwest of the Sheridan VA Medical Center, between Keystone and Decker roads.

The original story is below.

Goose Valley Fire Department was called to the scene of a grass fire Wednesday night, northwest of the Sheridan VA Medical Center between Keystone Road and Decker Road.

Fire Chief Bob Williams said his crews were still fighting the blaze as of shortly after 7 p.m. No other information is available at this time, but Sheridan Media will provide updates as information becomes available.