This morning the Missoulian is reporting that:
A fire that has burned nearly 10 square miles north of Superior was human caused.
Officials with the West Mullan Fire said Tuesday that the fire that started on July 14 was human caused, but no further information was released.
According to Inciweb the human-caused fire started on July 14th at approximately 5pm and has burned 6,300 acres. To date, this human-caused fire has cost $7.2 million and there are currently 821 people battling the fire.