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  1. With 42 confirmed dead, Camp Fire is deadliest in California history. Four identified, hundreds still missing Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/article221528050.html#storylink=cpy
  2. With 42 confirmed dead, Camp Fire is deadliest in California history. Four identified, hundreds still missing Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/article221528050.html#storylink=cpy
  3. Just watched a live update by Cal Fire and the Butte County Sheriff Department announced that 13 more remains have been found bring the death count to 42 which makes the Camp Fire the most deadly in US History. Major resources form other states are being sent. and the US army is sending two portable morgue units as the toal of death will rise.
  4. Just watched a live update by Cal Fire and the Butte County Sheriff Department announced that 13 more remains have been found bring the seat count to 42 which makes the Camp Fire the most deadly in US History. Major resources form other states are being sent. and the US army is sending two portable morgue units as the toal of death will rise.
  5. All relevant individuals involved should have their credentials removed, found guilty of 2nd degree murder, sent to prison and the hospital closed. AND CAP the husband.
  6. khwaibah

    Price of rice

    4 years ago 2014 it was 18 baht. Took a que to get the money to the farmer.
  7. Butte College on the south side where my granddaughter attends. November 11th, 2018, 7:11pm Dear Butte College Family, As of today, there are 138 Butte College faculty and staff who have confirmed or presumed the loss of their homes. At this point we do not know how many students have lost their homes, but we can presume the number is very high. These are staggering losses. On Thursday night, the main campus was surrounded by fire on three sides. Through the valiant efforts of firefighters, the campus was saved. However, there is some damage to our water and sewage treatment system, and solar arrays. The facilities staff are working hard on repairs. The campus is full of ash and debris and will take time to clean up. No one is allowed on campus. Butte College and all centers are closed next week through November 16. However, we will open the Chico Center, 2320 Forest Avenue, on Tuesday, November 13, to Friday, November 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the following services will be offered: Paycheck distribution to students, part-time employees, and associate faculty Student counseling to include mental health and educational advising Food and toiletries distribution for students and employees from the Roadrunner Hub Computer labs with wi-fi and charging stations for phones and laptops Referrals to local services Employee Assistance Program service along with an EAP counselor At this time, I understand that many of you are anxious to know when we will reopen. We are considering a number of factors in this evolving situation and will make a determination as soon as possible. We have set up two Go Fund Me accounts to collect donations, one to help students and one to help faculty and staff. Colleagues across the state are asking how they can help, so I will share these links far and wide, and I encourage you to do the same. My heart goes out to all of you who have lost your homes. Words cannot express the pain and trauma many of you and your loved ones experienced in escaping the fires. It will take time to heal and rebuild. The Butte College family is a resilient and compassionate community and we take care of one another. I am hearing so many stories of how many of you are opening your homes and hearts to your colleagues. I am so proud to be able to lead and serve all of you. A big thank you to all of you who have stepped up in so many ways to help those in need – opening your homes and wallets or volunteering your time and energy to evacuation efforts. A big thank you to the local businesses who are helping us get our campus infrastructure back up and running. And a huge debt of gratitude to all emergency service personnel who are working day and night to protect us all. Take care, Samia Yaqub http://www.butte.edu
  8. Dear toll for Camp Fire at 29. The Latest: Sheriff: 6 more bodies found; total of PARADISE, Calif. — The Latest on the California wildfires (all times local): 6:20 p.m. Authorities have reported 6 additional deaths in a Northern California wildfire, raising the death toll to 29 and matching the deadliest wildfire on record in California history. Butte County Sheriff Cory Honea said the human remains recovered on Sunday included five bodies found at homes and one in a vehicle in Paradise. He also announced that 228 people remain unaccounted for since the fire began Thursday and incinerated the foothill town. The statewide total of deaths from wildfires reached 31. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/t...odies-found-total-of-29/ar-BBPzPVX?li=BBnb7Kz
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    Price of rice

    13.80 in Kap Choeng.
  10. The area that Paradise Ca is located is not in a national forest. All that land is privately, county or state owned. The reported source of ignition is about 5 miles away and that location is on the Feather River in a small section of Plumas National Forest.
  11. Death toll in Camp Fire climbs to 23 with dose reported missing. https://www.kron4.com/news/bay-area/death-toll-in-camp-fire-climbs-to-23-with-dozens-reported-missing/1587303485
  12. My granddaughter attendees Butte College which is located 7 miles south of Paradise. The campus was evacuated. The college is in the fire zone. She is safe. http://www.butte.edu No further update. Message from the President, November 9, 2018 at 9:45am (click here) *** CAMP FIRE UPDATE (AS OF NOVEMBER 9, 10:00 P.M.) The Butte College main campus, Chico Center, Cosmetology Center, and Glenn Center will remain closed next week. Online classes will not meet. For safety precautions, we ask that no one come to any Butte College sites unless asked to do so at this time due to the power outage and closed facilities. The Skyway Center in Chico will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, November 13 through Friday, November 16. Those who are due a paycheck will be able to pick up their paychecks at the Skyway Center. Other limited services to be determined will be offered as well. Faculty and Staff have all been affected by this terrible disaster. The college will work with all those affected regarding missed classes and difficulties faced due to loss and trauma.
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    Mad Dog's Closed?

    Add the Old Wives Club on Nimman. http://www.chiangmailocator.com/chiang-mai-male-entertainment-6658:old-wives-club-nimman
  14. EF-1 tornado causes roof collapse killing two. http://www.fox5dc.com/weather/ef-1-tornado-confirmed-in-baltimore-area-by-national-weather-service-after-friday-fatal-storm-damage
  15. Ask the elitist of Bangkok as they have been forking isaan for ever.
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