A relief fund set up to help residents of a southwestern North Dakota town devastated by a wildfire has surpassed $100,000.
Lemmon, S.D.-based Dakota Plains Federal Credit Union set up the fund after the Oct. 17 fire swept through Bucyrus. The blaze destroyed four homes in the town of 27 people. Some families still are displaced.
The credit union is continuing to accept donations. More information can be found here.