Despite recent rainfall, wildfire danger remains high, officials say

Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Wiley Perreault, 10, poses with Smokey Bear at Wander North Georgia on Monday. Representatives of the Georgia Forestry Commission walked around downtown Clayton to educate the community on fire risk during a drought and how to prevent wildfires.
Despite a forecast of rain in the next few days, conditions in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest are very dry and the fire danger is high, forestry officials say.   “If a fire did get started…

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