Damage has been reported to approximately 30 structures and bridges in Clark County.
Currently, there are over 230 responders helping with the fire from 116 agencies.
Firefighters in Lane and Ness County battled fires in those two counties Monday.
Troopers said I-70 in both directions is back open and most of the fire is contained. Wilson residents were allowed to return home.
Several Clark County residents are being forced to evacuate due to wildfires in the area.
KSN News continues to follow multiple fires across Kansas including one that is forcing some evacuations in Dodge City.
According to officials, the fire is burning near the South Fork Solomon River.
Officials said the fire started at the Cotton Gin and has crossed Highway 54.
Gov. Brownback signed a state disaster emergency for Reno, Rice and McPherson counties. Two helicopters are dropping water on the fires.
Fighting a wildfire that scorched nearly 600 square miles in Kansas and Oklahoma last year cost the hardest hit county $1.5 million.
The Kansas Natural Resources Conservation Service is taking applications for those affected by a wildfire in March of 2016.
The biggest wildfire in Kansas history has a silver lining despite scorching nearly 600 square miles of land in Kansas and Oklahoma.
The fire crews who’ve been fighting the big Anderson Creek wildfire are still at it.
The Anderson Creek wildfire in Barber County is now 81% contained, officials said.
Gov. Sam Brownback and Adjutant General Lee Tafanelli flew into Barber County to meet those fighting the Anderson Creek wildfire.