Firefighters on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation also were very busy Thursday, tackling at least 35 fires of various sizes; double the number reported earlier in the day. About 130 firefighters were battling the High Cascades Complex of fires. The largest was a 1,500-acre blaze on Webster Flat, above the Deschutes River and northeast of Warm Springs. Another of about 1,000 acres was burning in the Seekseequa area southeast of Warm Springs. Another fire near the Warm Springs subdivision known as West Hills had burned about 150 acres, and one about 10 miles northeast of Kah-Nee-Ta Resort, was at about 200 acres.