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January 1, 2014 6:40 PM

Rim fire, federal shutdown, dry winter choke Tuolumne tourism

It’s been a tough year for tourism-dependent Tuolumne County. First there was the Rim fire; then the federal government shutdown, which closed Yosemite; and now the possibility of a dry winter, which will hurt winter sports and hotel and cabin rentals. But business owners are trying to make the best of a bad year.

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