The Sierra National Forest is now open once again in the area of the Ferguson Fire burn scar.
With heavy rains in the area, the National Forest Service has declared the Ferguson Fire officially out.
The order closing parts of the forest was terminated last week by forest service officials.
Visitors can once again travel in the Sierra National Forest where the fire burned.
The Ferguson Fire began on July 13 near Savages Trading Post and burned more than 96,000 acres before it was contained on Aug...
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