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September 5, 2013 4:29 PM

Merchants hope for rebound after hunter-caused Rim fire

Officials say a hunter’s fire started the Rim fire, which has burned 237,341 acres, closed a major entrance into Yosemite National Park and dried up the steady steam of vacationers, day-trippers and visitors to this tourism-dependent county.

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