Fire officials make the call around noon Mountain Time that a 65 acre blaze in the badlands is contained.
U.S. and state crews will, however, be on site for days to watch hot spots.
Several agencies continue to check for hot spots from a small blaze in the Badlands which ignited on Sunday.
It's called the Plumely Draw fire, named for a nearby trail head.
"The big thing out here is the terrain, it is quite inaccessible by vehicle." says Oscar Knudtson/U.S. Forest Service.
Fire officials say the rugged terrain and hot windy conditions have made the fire fight so difficult.
"Anytime you get a fire in a juniper situation, they burn hot, they burn like gasoline." says Knudtson.
They are nearly certain it was caused by lightning.
With all the greenery in the steep area and the hot, dry windy conditions, firefighters are using all the resources they can, including a hot shot crew from California and a Bureau of Land Management helicopter.
There has been a report of one injury.
A firefighter was transported to a Dickinson hospital for an injury from a tool.
Fire officials say it is not serious, but most likely will require stitches.
While this is not one of the larger fires it is one of the longer duration fires they've seen.
That's again due to the terrain and weather conditions.