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North Bay fire victims search for what’s lost, have gratitude for what was found

SANTA ROSA >> Millie Pletkin had been a widow less than a year when October’s epic fire destroyed her Fountaingrove neighborhood. In the ruins of her home in the Sunset Vista subdivision, she asked her son to search for just one thi...

By Julia Sulek Bay Area News Group|

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