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  • Railroad Fire evacuees happy to return their Oakhurst home

    Mike and Cheryl Marsh have been staying at the Red Cross shelter in the Oakhurst Community Center since Sept. 3 with their 8-year-old dog Rosie. On Friday morning (Sept. 8) they learned they can return to their home in the Grove near Evergreen Conference Center in Oakhurst. Listen to their story and how they plan on giving back.

Mike and Cheryl Marsh have been staying at the Red Cross shelter in the Oakhurst Community Center since Sept. 3 with their 8-year-old dog Rosie. On Friday morning (Sept. 8) they learned they can return to their home in the Grove near Evergreen Conference Center in Oakhurst. Listen to their story and how they plan on giving back. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Mike and Cheryl Marsh have been staying at the Red Cross shelter in the Oakhurst Community Center since Sept. 3 with their 8-year-old dog Rosie. On Friday morning (Sept. 8) they learned they can return to their home in the Grove near Evergreen Conference Center in Oakhurst. Listen to their story and how they plan on giving back. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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