Crews have been trying to control a rapidly-growing wildfire in far northwest Wisconsin. As of 10 last night, the blaze covered 66-hundred acres east of Solon Springs in Douglas and Bayfield counties. No injuries had been reported. At least two large homes were destroyed in a wooded area about eight miles east of Solon Springs, and several other structures were reportedly ruined. Officials said sudden warmth and winds of up to 26-miles-an-hour pushed the flames along dry ground – and a wind shift was possible during the night which could send the flames to spots already burned. The D-N-R’s Neal Kephart said an 18-mile perimeter was set up. At last word, it covered about a-third of the fire, but it could not be considered contained.