The sheriff's office in each county confirms blazes that broke out Monday afternoon are not out yet.
Perry County officials also tell KARK 4 that one home on Christmas Lane has burned in the wildfire that burned 700 acres before it was contained. Evacuated residents have been allowed to return home.
The Arkansas Forestry Commission's (AFC) Single Engine Air Tankers have been dropping water on both fires.
Clark County officials say in the fire burning in the Bierne community outside Gurdon, 852 acres of land has been scorched so far and the blaze is contained within a fire line. Everyone is back in their homes after evacuations Monday afternoon and evening. Four bulldozers from the AFC are helping keep the fire contained.
Meanwhile, the AFC reports that its crews are working to contain a total of 15 wildfires across the state.
AFC crews put out 14 wildfires on Monday that burned 47 acres.
The AFC reports that over the weekend its crews put out 40 wildfires that burned 804 acres.
The AFC says no homes were lost, but 20 were threatened. Three outbuildings were lost.
The AFC says the recent rainfalls were not enough to remove the "extreme" and "high" wildfire danger conditions around the state and many counties still have burn bans in place.
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The video attached to this story shows high-rising flames from the Gurdon fire, followed by the aftermath of the Perry County fire.
Video courtesy: John Cook, Clark County Forester