A fire that started early Sunday afternoon near the previous Red Bank Fire southwest of Red Bluff continues to expand as crews struggle to increase containment. The “Ranch Fire” has burned 3600 acres of mostly heavy timber, still with just 15% containment. It started in a remote area of Tehama County near Colyer Springs Road and Raglin Ridge Road. Evacuation warnings have expanded for Colyer Springs and Last Chance Creek, extending to the Mendocino National Forest Boundary. Smoke from the Ranch Fire, carried on a north wind prompted an air quality advisory for the Bay Area for Tuesday. More than a thousand personnel are fighting the blaze on the ground and from the air. There’s been one injury reported.