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Loleta Volunteer Fire Department acquires new equipment

By Mary Bullwinkel |

In case you missed it: Friendly City cheers Fourth

The Friendly City of Fortuna has been celebrating our Nation’s Independence Day one day early for the last several years, and this year was no different. A spectacular fireworks show lit up the sky above Newburg Park last Friday, to culminate t...

By Mary Bullwinkel |

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