GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Some evacuations were lifted in the Silver Creek Fire on Monday.

The wildfire that’s been burning since July grew again over the weekend. It has burned 11,718 acres.

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The evacuation orders for more than 200 homes in the Old Park and Gore Lake communities were lifted at 10 a.m. Monday. Those areas remain under pre-evacuation notice.

Smoke from the Silver Creek Fire (credit: CBS)

The Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes areas also remain under pre-evacuation notice.

Lightning started the fire in July. The fire is burning near Kremmling in Grand County. Officials said the fire jumped established containment lines last Wednesday.

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The fire is 35 percent contained. About 175 firefighters along with air tankers and helicopters are at the fire lines.

(credit: Larry Pierce)

The Kremmling Fairgrounds is taking in larger vehicles and trailers and will be able to accept a small number of animals. Those bringing animals to the fairgrounds are asked to enter on 10th and Railroad (SW corner) due to the Type 2 team equipment moving in.

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