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17-Aug-2017 00:07

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s office also released the names Wednesday of two people killed in the fires.

They were identified as Monte Neil Kirven, 81, and Marilyn Carol Ress, 71, both of Santa Rosa.

less Chandra Bird Ganzler, evacuating Bear Creek Canyon Road with her dog 4x4, speaks with firefighters as the Bear fire approaches in Boulder Creek, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, known as Cal Fire, said it now had a handle on the major fires that only days ago were raging wildly out of control as they cut multiple paths of death and destruction in the North Bay and beyond. “We were pretty successful getting good containment,” said Cal Fire Deputy Chief Bret Gouvea.

The person, whose name was not released, died when the Tubbs Fire, the deadliest of the blazes, swept through the area.As a result, a warning letter was sent and the dog’s owner was referred to collections on two counts of failure to license Lil Bit and Stella.SIX STRUCTURES The Bear Fire was fully contained by Thursday afternoon, 10 days after it started, according to Cal Fire.Mc Pherson said he will attend Friday’s press conference. I want to get the facts about what happened and what started this,” Mc Pherson said.“I think we’re going to find out that it was a deliberately set fire that wasn’t caused by a hash program or marijuana farm.” Although county records show complaints dating to the 1990s at the puzzle of parcels that include 475 Diane’s Way, Mc Pherson said there have been four complaints in the last five years. We’re going to take a look at that,” Mc Pherson said.

The person, whose name was not released, died when the Tubbs Fire, the deadliest of the blazes, swept through the area.

As a result, a warning letter was sent and the dog’s owner was referred to collections on two counts of failure to license Lil Bit and Stella.

SIX STRUCTURES The Bear Fire was fully contained by Thursday afternoon, 10 days after it started, according to Cal Fire.

Mc Pherson said he will attend Friday’s press conference. I want to get the facts about what happened and what started this,” Mc Pherson said.

“I think we’re going to find out that it was a deliberately set fire that wasn’t caused by a hash program or marijuana farm.” Although county records show complaints dating to the 1990s at the puzzle of parcels that include 475 Diane’s Way, Mc Pherson said there have been four complaints in the last five years. We’re going to take a look at that,” Mc Pherson said.

Amid dry, hot conditions, Cal Fire units in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties implemented a ban on all outdoor burning Oct. For information on the burn ban or the Bear Fire, visit gov.