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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Bakersfield, CaliforniaSaturday August 22,2015 a a $1sibc 23akersf�el�t californian classifieds Al comics d5 Eye Street d1 Faith a9 health a2 local b1 Money a8 obituaries b2 opinion b9 puzzles d4 sports cd to 03 in a burned truck sits amid the remains of the it Kings Canyon o Lodge on Friday to burned by the rough fire in Sequoia National Forest. About 2,500 people were forced to flee Christian Camps East of Fresno at Hume Lake As the Blaze crossed Highway 180, officials said. Max Whittaker Reuters /�?.h. Or rough fire Blaze destroys tourist Lodge land near wreckage of Folksy getaway still smokes As firefighters work to protect popular campsites c Rich grows Henry. Barrios / the californian the Sanctuary of Valley Baptist churches Olive drive Campus appears cavernous during a trial run of the facilities. Last year Valley Baptist purchased the approximately 32-acre Campus of Olive drive Church Northwest of Olive drive and Victor Street Ivi Miles from its current 27-acre spread on Fruitvale Avenue. Story and More photos in Faith Page a9. Energy Oil ends Down More than 2% As us drilling Points to glut Reuters nov York a. Oil prices traded below $40 a Bara l for the first time since the 2 k 9 financial crisis ending 2 percent lower Friday on signs of. Oversupply and weak chinese manufacturing and notching the longest weekly losing Streak in almost three decades. Crude dipped below the $40 threshold following weekly data that showed. Energy firms added two Oil drilling rigs last week the fifth increase in a Row. The Rise in the number of rigs emerging after a second Quarter Lull in prices is adding to concerns. Shale prot auction is proving slow to respond to falling prices prolonging a global glut. Is still looking at it saying. A wow you still it it not have production coming Down a said Tariq Zahir founder at tache capital in Laurel hollow. October crude settled 87 cents or 2.1 percent lower at $40.45 a barrel having touched a new 6 a a year Low of $39.86 a barrel. Front month. Crude has fallen 33 percent Over eight consecutive weeks of losses the longest such losing Streak since 1986. It pared some losses late in the trading session As. Rob gasoline futures rebounded from a contract Low on news of a fire in a Gas making unit at Jbf Energy 182,000-barrels-per-Day in Laware City Ixl refinery. Brent Oil ended is. 16, or 2.5 percent lower at $45,46 a barrel. It hit a Low of $45.07 and threatened to break below $45 a barrel for the first time since March 2009. Energy markets Slid Early in the Day As world Stock and currency markets joined an extended rout across raw materials this week a slump accelerated on Friday by data showing activity in China s factory sector a huge user of Many commodities shrank at its fastest Pace in almost 6/ years in August. With deepening porn Over demand growth from the worlds second biggest Oil user and expectations for a significant build up in surplus Oil stocks this autumn dealers said most Oil traders were unwilling to fight the tide. A a fhe Market is stuck in a relentless Downer Iid a said Robin Bieber a director at London brokerage p\7vl Oil ass x rates. A the trend is Down a stick with Oil Market speculators Cut Bujaj ish bets on. Crude to the lowest level in five years Redt a g combined futures and options positions in new York and London by 14,884 contracts to 09,035 in the week to aug. 18, the. Commodity futures trading commission said. The current collapse in Oil prices the second this year has raised alarm within the organization of the Petroleum exporting countries including some of its Core Culf members. However there is no indication it will reverse its policy of keeping production wide open to defend Market share delegates told Reuters this week. By Rory Appleton t he fresh Bee Fresno a the Rouglin fire which has burned nearly 42,000 acres has claimed its first Structure the Kings Onyon Lodge. But thus far the fire has spared Hume Ake Christian comps. Officials reported that firefighters had created important fire Breaks near the facility to protect it. At the site of Kings Canyon xxx age on East Kings Canyon Road off of Highway 180, just past ten mile Creek pieces of foundation broken dishes twisted Metal pipes and a charred pickup Are virtually All that s left. Two red and while working Gas pumps adorned by a sign that reads a a american a oldest double Gravity pumps 1928,�?� still stand. Handwritten notes indicate that 87 octane Gas was available for $1.33 per liter and 91 octane for $1.40. Holes in the ground near the it Mige were still smoking As of 5 30. Friday abandoned yellow fire hoses surrounded the wreckage a Many of them melted at various portions. Firefighters Back burning on Hig Ziway 180 said they had no idea the Lodge had burned Down. Please see rough fire/a3 flames near Hume Lake worry locals by Johncox test of Kok a for generations of Bakersfield churchgoers the name Hume like brings to mind Halcyon Day in a Mountain setting where youths compete in goofy stoning events adults recharge with fellow congregants and campers bask in a spirit of Fellowship. Lately though memories of die Pine ringed Reservoir in the Sequoia National r rest Are just As Likely to bring fat Leopie to Thi in Knees in prayer. The massive rough fire forced evacuations in the area earlier this week As flames came within a few Miles. Even now the Blaze is minimally contained. Among the places evacuated was Hume Lake i Christian cd Max where until last month Bakersfield resident Joshua Richardson was w orking in a Kitchen that served three meals a Day to some 1.500 Young believers. A a it a pretty the 19-year-old said. A a very body n just been terrified and just in Awe Hease see Hume Lake/a3 Hail to the Jam Queen perennial fair Champion Patricia Reed is Magnet for ribbons with her specially jams and jellies Eye Street i i new mute Pix Pusan for Bullet train set for its first Public airing local ib1 snipers vehicle moves among classified data emailed to Clinton Nati Onias store clerk receives $10,000 re Ward for help in manhunt local Fol motor Kiiji @ i ism 2015 Csc Yukon / Al / Denali #1 Sun in Kern county 52575 00000 subscriber services 392-5777,800-953-5353 or cifculationv0t Bakers. 97/71 to report a news tip 395-7384,800-540-0646 or i Cali a $6,000 savings 124%. 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