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Despite recent rainfall, the Honey Prairie Fire roars on

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Although a storm brought some moisture this weekend, officials monitoring the Honey Prairie fire say it wasn’t enough to dampen the dry conditions. WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown spoke with Georgia Forestry Commission Spokesman, Eric Mosley about where the fire is heading and how to be fire wise around your home in dry conditions.

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