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FAQ: Valley and Butte Wildfire Recovery

As families re-enter their neighborhoods, many are asking how to stay safe, where to go, and what the next steps are as they map out their road to recovery. 670 more words

Nearly Burned Off Map, Mountain Ranch Fights Back After Butte Fire

MOUNTAIN RANCH, Calif. (AP) – Mountain Ranch is known as a Gold Rush-era, fiercely independent place, where many of its aging residents distrust the government and prefer to take matters into their own hands. 325 more words


Feel Good Sunday: Volunteers Help Horses Ravaged by CA Wildfires

Forward and Story by Grandma Gregg

Hi again R.T.-

You probably are not aware that for the past 2 weeks there have been two gigantic and very fast moving… 476 more words

Horse News

Youth Gardens Help Feed Families in Aftermath of Butte Fire

Red Cross joins the effort to get school garden veggies to families in need

So many people and organizations have stepped up these last two in weeks as the Butte Fire burned more than 70,000 acres in Calaveras and Amador Counties, destroying over 500 homes and evacuating thousands from their homes for days on end. 494 more words

Back To Basics: Butte Fire Victims Try To Restore Normalcy To Lives

ANGELS CAMP (CBS13) – The very last evacuation orders were lifted in Calaveras County Sunday, allowing everyone back in to see the destruction.

Evacuees are now faced with the new struggle of starting over. 235 more words


NorCal's Butte Fire Destroys More Than 500 Homes

More than 500 homes have been destroyed in a wildfire that is burning in Calaveras and Amador counties.

The tally comes as thousands of fire personnel continue to make progress against the Butte fire, which has burned 70,760 acres since it erupted Sept. 46 more words

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NEWS: Red Cross Assistance Center Opens Today to Help People Affected by the Butte Fire

Jackson, CA, Thursday, September 19, 2015 – The American Red Cross will open a Client Assistance Center to help people affected by the Butte Fire beginning Saturday, September 19, 2015. 656 more words