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Evelyn Krug looks over the smoldering remains of her home in Bucyrus, N.D., on Oct. 18, 2012. Krug, 74, and her husband, Mike, raised their children in the home on the west side of Bucyrus. In the background is Krug's car that was completely burned where it was parked in the fast moving fire.
Evelyn Krug looked over the smoldering remains of her home of nearly 45 years on Thursday, the day after the tiny town of Bucyrus in southwestern North Dakota was all but destroyed by a wind-fueled wildfire.
No one was injured in the fire that swept through Bucyrus late Wednesday, displacing all 27 of its residents, but the rural town is "pretty much completely lost," Adams County State's Attorney Aaron Roseland said. Read the full story.
-- The Associated Press
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A fire sweeps through Bucyrus, N.D. on Oct. 17, 2012.