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  • Controlled burns meant to reduce fuels in American River Parkway

    Motorists on the Capital City Freeway, Highway 160 or residents of the Woodlake neighborhood might see some smoke this week as firefighters burn high grass in a controlled manner to lessen the danger of wildfires later this summer.

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Motorists on the Capital City Freeway, Highway 160 or residents of the Woodlake neighborhood might see some smoke this week as firefighters burn high grass in a controlled manner to lessen the danger of wildfires later this summer. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Controlled burns to resume Wednesday on parkway in Woodlake area

June 28, 2017 07:48 AM

UPDATED June 28, 2017 08:32 AM

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  • See what firefighters are up against in battling the Thomas Fire

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