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New Fire Ignites near the Cleveland National Forest

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The Press-Enterprise is reporting a new fire, which was first discovered at 12:05 p.m. It has burned at least 10 acres, with the potential of growing to 300, in the Bear Creek area near the Cleveland National Forest, between Murrieta and Wildomar, south of the 15 Freeway.