In the midst of a canyon scorched bare by the Sierra Nevada's most destructive fire in centuries, ferns unfurl along a spring, black oaks push through charred soil normally blanketed with pine needles and a hawk soars above towering dead trees.
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When Celine Wolff steps onto the Madera South High School campus she is surrounded by nearly twice the number of people that populate her
For most of his 36 years with Madera Unified, Mike Lennemann has been running, but on Friday he will be riding.
As the Rim Fire continues to smolder — it’s 84 percent contained — after burning for more than five weeks in Stanislaus National Forest,