Family Returns to Restaurant Ravaged by California Wildfire

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Donna Garner, right, embraces former employee Napua Gonsales-Merck while they shift through the remains of the Fireside Village restaurant and shop in the aftermath of the Eiler Fire in Hat Creek, Calif., on Aug. 5, 2014.
Donna Garner, right, embraces former employee Napua Gonsales-Merck while they shift through the remains of the Fireside Village restaurant and shop in the aftermath of the Eiler Fire in Hat Creek, Calif., on Aug. 5, 2014.Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

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Donna Garner, right, embraces former employee Napua Gonsales-Merck while they sift through the remains of the Fireside Village, a restaurant and shop owned by Garner's family for over 30 years, in the aftermath of the Eiler Fire in Hat Creek, Calif., on Tuesday.

Light rain and increased humidity are helping crews make progress in their fight against two wildfires in the Northern California forest that are just miles apart.

— The Associated Press

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