Fire managers on the Cecil Fire have decided to go into suppression mode and not burn anymore acres southwest of Flagstaff, thus eliminating smoke from the fire that area residents saw last week. Fire officials say fire crews on the Cecil Fire did a lot of great work to burn the acres they did, in an area that needed to be treated. Fire managers say the fire is smoldering and residents may see light smoke in the area, but nothing like the smoke we saw last week as they burned on the fire. The Cecil Fire has burned 2,108 acres, which is a figure that is not expected to rise in the coming days. Forest officials say other planned prescribed burns will take place, not only on the Coconino, but on surrounding forests and state lands in the very near future.