Road closures continue to stymie not only residents hoping to get back to their houses in mandatory and advisory evacuation areas, but traffic coming into and out of the Sonoma Valley during commute hours.
During evacuation, most local residents grabbed things they knew they would need. But a hole punch or light sabers? See some of the stranger things people grabbed. What did you grab that surprised you later?
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On Oct. 13, amid wildfires and uncertainty, Safari West welcomed the newest member of the wildlife preserve, a newborn baby Nile lechwe named Tubbs. He died four days later.
Tens of thousands of acres of wildlands and interface areas were blackened this past week and some are still burning, but there was also some good news on park lands that so far, have escaped unscathed.
SHVS transitions from evacuation center back to education center
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