CEDAR CITY -- Firefighters are monitoring a southern Utah wildfire in Zion National Park that they say has been 100 percent contained over the weekend.
First reports of the lightning-sparked Herbs Fire came Sept. 3. Officials say they contained the 195-acre blaze Saturday.
It is still burning on Herbs Point, an isolated mesa in a remote part of the Kolob Canyons area of the park, east of Interstate 15.
The wildfire is burning oak brush, pinyon-juniper and conifers.
No structures were threatened, but a nearby campsite is closed for safety.