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Office of the Governor of California Nov 7
The is 100% contained. Thank you to all of California’s heroic firefighters who worked non-stop to keep the Sonoma community safe.
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World Central Kitchen Nov 7
Last night, we held a special dinner for , with 72-hour braised short ribs prepared by our Chef Relief Team. These firefighters have worked tirelessly across the state, so we were honored to thank them with this meal. The is now 100% contained!
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World Central Kitchen Nov 6
We served our last meals to the Local Assistance Center in Healdsburg, where they're providing resources to families whose homes were lost or damaged in the . On the menu: ground turkey, kale, green beans & carrot hash over cheesy mac served alongside a fresh salad!
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Lizzie Johnson Nov 17
Exclusive: Trapped by the , Capt. Jason Dyer prepared to duck under his personal fire shelter. Then two men showed up out of nowhere, and survival became less certain. Three men — and only one fire shelter the size of a beach towel.
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CAL FIRE Nov 6
Please watch this video for an important message from Incident Management Team 6 assigned to the . Through strong cooperation and diligent work, significant progress is being made towards full containment.
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CAL FIRE Nov 6
off John Kincade Road and Burned Mountain Road, northeast of Geyserville in Sonoma County is 77,758 acres and 100% contained.
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Christina Tetreault Nov 7
GREAT NEWS for Northern California residents...the is now 100% contained (77,758 acres). Thank you for working so hard (for multiple weeks) to battle this blaze
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World Central Kitchen Nov 8
Over 3,000 people came to our dinner in Paradise tonight on the anniversary. Thank you to everyone who helped make it happen & to our amazing WCK volunteers, many who were just serving at the 🙏 We are proud to continue standing with the Paradise community!
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Sonoma County Scanner Updates Nov 6
Replying to @SonomaScanner
(Final update, 8:33 pm 11/6/19) The fire is 100% containment!!! Thank you to all the first responders for their tireless work!
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NASA JPL Nov 4
Burn scar from California's seen from space by 's ASTER.
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craig philpott Nov 22
Friday memory from October 24th and the early hours of the on Geysers Rd above Geyserville CA edit w Premiere Rush.
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Jerod Brown Nov 6
Amigos! Coming to you for some help! Team dinner was cancelled & moved around because of local We’re trying to quickly fund a team dinner tomorrow night for the last game of the year. Anyone willing to help, please Venmo me @ Jerod-Brown-1 Thanks so much! Please RT
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Crux Winery Nov 14
Things are getting back to normal here at the winery. With the under control we look to get caught up on winery duties. We are shipping out the current orders so if you have wine coming, expect it soon. Link in bio to arrange an appointment. •
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Dan Brekke Feb 9
Today's windiest spot so far appears to be weather station at 3,000-ft level of Pine Flat Rd. in Sonoma Co., with a gust of 90 mph. This is the station that recorded a gust of 102 mph in late October and 80-plus around the time the start Oct. 23.
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Wayne Freedman Nov 6
Jeff Thomsen thought he lost everything in the . But, as his house burned, he learned that fire fighters from took 3 minutes to save personal items, even his deceased wife's recipes. "It's just stuff, but important." Then the words failed him.
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Jordan Winery Nov 7
Only one percent of Sonoma County’s vineyards were impacted by the , according to .
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Sandhya Patel Nov 6
Excellent news! 100% contained thanks to the hard working firefighters.
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Carrie Hodousek Nov 8
VIDEO: Geyserville’s mail carrier Bernadette Laos is back to work just days after losing everything she owned in the . The hardest part of her delivery route: driving by her home, now in ashes. Her story Monday on .
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Justin Knighten Nov 6
Art changes the world and motivates action. Last night at the end (SF) the cast requested donations via to be donated to local groups like working on relief efforts for the . Thank you for stepping up, and stepping in.
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😷 Mask Oakland 😷 Nov 8
Mediocre smoke conditions continue throughout the Bay Area. About as bad as during 's better days. It hit 150 several times in SF in last 24 hours. Dwindling again. Zero media or agency coverage of continuing low quality.
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