Nate Broden, left, Mallory Doiel-Glisson, and Dawn Leigh Doiel hang up a sign thanking firefighters at the intersection of Interlake and Bee Rock roads. They are opting to stay at their home despite a mandatory evacuation order.
Nate Broden, left, Mallory Doiel-Glisson, and Dawn Leigh Doiel hang up a sign thanking firefighters at the intersection of Interlake and Bee Rock roads. They are opting to stay at their home despite a mandatory evacuation order. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Nate Broden, left, Mallory Doiel-Glisson, and Dawn Leigh Doiel hang up a sign thanking firefighters at the intersection of Interlake and Bee Rock roads. They are opting to stay at their home despite a mandatory evacuation order. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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