Wednesday, November 14, 2018

One Paradise victim says....

  "They'll never call it paradise again!"

  So sad, but possibly true. The Feds now say the town cannot be rebuilt the way it was.  And the camps where victims are surviving are nothing more than refugee camps.

Possible rain next week

   The 10 day weather outlook shows possible rain and even snow at the higher elevations in the middle of next week.

   We can only hope that is true, for our forest's sake and to dampen the fire red flags.

Firefighters try to save animals

  A very emotional toll is taken on the firefighters during a terrible

48 dead from Camp Fire

  As of November 14, 2018 the Camp Fire in Butte County has claimed 48 human fatalities, 7600 homes and 260 businesses.

   Acreage destroyed is now 135,000 and the containment is 35%.

"Inspecting Carol" at Murphys Creek Threater

   On Friday, November 30, 2018 a scrooge like play opens at Murphys

Facebook says to racists...No MORE hate talk!!!

We can't even show the cat pic

  A cat rescued after being badly burned in the Camp Fire lived for

OP-ED: Today the Sierra Sentinel tells the WHOLE truth # 1 of 56

  Now that the election is over and the GOOD people have made the decision to put an honorable person into the Supervisor Chair for

Local CHP to assist with Camp Fire

   November 14, 2018 at 9:15 AM:  Three local CHP have been sent to assist with the Camp Fire in Butte County, as residents line up to return to Paradise.

   Those who don't know whether they are burned out or not are very eager to get into town and find out their fate and law enforcement is assisting in the effort.