Hot, dry weather has activated smoldering stumps and logs in the interior of the Woodward Fire, sending pillars of smoke into the blue sky and prompting 911 calls over the past week. But the continued burning, two months after the 4,929-acre fire ignited in the wilderness of the Point Reyes National Seashore, remains hundreds of yards from . . .

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