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  • Video: The Leonard family rises from the ashes of the Valley Fire

    California endured one of its worst wildfire seasons in history in 2015, and the Valley Fire was the most menacing of all. It tore through 76,067 acres in Northern California, killing four people and leveling 1,280 homes. David and Cindy Leonard are among the thousands of people displaced by the fire. Their Cobb Mountain home was burned to its concrete foundation. Like many others, the Leonards have vowed to rebuild. This is the first in an occasional series on their journey.

California endured one of its worst wildfire seasons in history in 2015, and the Valley Fire was the most menacing of all. It tore through 76,067 acres in Northern California, killing four people and leveling 1,280 homes. David and Cindy Leonard are among the thousands of people displaced by the fire. Their Cobb Mountain home was burned to its concrete foundation. Like many others, the Leonards have vowed to rebuild. This is the first in an occasional series on their journey. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee
California endured one of its worst wildfire seasons in history in 2015, and the Valley Fire was the most menacing of all. It tore through 76,067 acres in Northern California, killing four people and leveling 1,280 homes. David and Cindy Leonard are among the thousands of people displaced by the fire. Their Cobb Mountain home was burned to its concrete foundation. Like many others, the Leonards have vowed to rebuild. This is the first in an occasional series on their journey. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee

From the ashes: Recovery on Cobb Mountain

February 13, 2016 10:00 AM

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