Aug 02, 2020
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AFTER five years of no romance, Penny suddenly finds three men come along at once (like buses!).
This funny, uplifting read is a real balm for the soul.110 lucky readers will win a copy of this new novel in our book competition this week
10 lucky readers will win a copy of this new novel in our book competition this week.
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Slightly Cooler Weather Aids Southern California Firefight
BANNING, Calif. (AP) — Slightly cooler weather Wednesday helped firefighters make progress against a huge blaze in mountains east of Los Angeles.
The wildfire straddling Riverside and San Bernardino counties had consumed nearly 43 square miles (more than 110 square kilometers) of brush and trees since it broke out Friday, according to the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
As of Wednesday morning, the Apple Fire was 30% contained.
Most residents forced from their homes by the flames were allowed to return Tuesday evening. At its peak, about 7,000 people were under evacuation orders.
The blaze, sparked by a malfunctioning vehicle, burned a dozen buildings, including four homes.
About 200 miles (322 kilometers) to the northwest, crews battled a fast-growing wildfire that broke out Tuesday and prompted evacuations of rural communities in Kern County.
By Wednesday morning the Stagecoach Fire south of Lake Isabella had charred nearly 6.5 square miles (17 square kilometers) of brush.
It was 20% contained. The cause was under investigation.
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