In the middle of an unprecedented heat wave and a worsening drought, western U.S. states are bracing for what could be an even harsher wildfire season than last year’s — potentially the worst on record. With many residents still picking up the pieces, they now worry about what’s on the horizon. Stephanie Sy reports from southern Oregon.
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