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RedwoodGirl🌹 #MedicareForAllNowCowards Apr 16
FEMA sets up long-term housing trailers for victims a full five months after the fire. That's too freaking slow. How long will it take next time?
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Action News Now 11h
The Gold Nugget Museum, which burned in the , now has a new home at the Depot Museum in Paradise. We spoke with several officials about the future of the museum and Gold Nugget Days. Videos are in the link >>
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Winter Whale ASMR 8m
Campfire with Crackling Fire Sound -
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The Lone Overlander Apr 16
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Ray Chavez Apr 16
Some of my photos from included with the Finalist staff in collaboration with the and for the wildfire that destroyed more than 18,000 buildings in 150,000 acres, where 86 lives perished. Congrats again
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CHP Valley Division Apr 18
The 9-1-1 HEROES AWARDS CEREMONY award is presented to 9-1-1 dispatchers that processed an extraordinary emergency call & dispatched the appropriate emergency response help. dispatchers were recognized today for their roll in life saving efforts! Congratulations!
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Sophie Simon 6h
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Butte County Camp Fire Lawyers 9h
Dante Benedetti Foundation Helping Rebuild the Baseball Field at Paradise High School.
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Buhi Supply Bag Company 6h
Nothing better in the summer or at the beach than a campfire when it starts to cool down. Do you love s’mores?
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FieldHaven Apr 19
Twenty five very lucky kitties are headed off to Nevada Humane Society to find new homes post recovery. Thank you to the team of FieldHaven staff and volunteers who worked to get the kitties ready for this transfer. Alley Cat Allies
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Sonja Hutson 📻 ✨ 14h
After facing criticism for not bringing in trailers for survivors soon enough, is now building its first mobile home park for them. It's been almost 6 months since the fire started. That story by on today's California Report:
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Tiffany Villarreal, P.E. Apr 16
Paradise, Calif., Water Is Contaminated But Residents Are Moving Back Anyway "There is no playbook for a wildfire that destroys a town and you have a depressurization of a system that creates contamination."
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Shan J DiSalvo-Corso 29m
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Savannah Wampner Apr 20
Campfire etiquette is sitting around with people you kinda know; having deep conversations and passing a bottle of Crown Royal drinking straight from tbr bottle. Same etiquette and the dinner table passing a bowl soup. Not accepted the same way.
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Will Cox 3h
I build all three types at one time or another. The reverse pyramid is probably my favorite. But the teepee is good, too. // How to Build a
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Abundance Outfitters for Camping & Preparedness 4h
Drown, stir, feel. This Smokey Bear graphic shows the good practice of making sure a is out and that the embers don't reignite when a wind blows more oxygen over them.
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Andrew Whelton Apr 17
It seems that the PID is not legally responsible for providing emergency drinking water post fire. It's the State under federal law. See recent retweets.
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J.D. Morris 5h
The process that will help PG&E raise rates because of 2017 wildfire costs — and possibly the too — is moving at a “lightning fast” pace. PG&E says regulators need to move quickly, but consumer advocates aren’t happy:
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Dr. Joe Krulder Apr 17
An old computer shelved since 2005 (at least - Win98) housed in an outbuilding that survived the , its disc contained data, retrievable, my poems, scores of them. And some, actually quite good. Thank you, Calliope!
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