Family left homeless after fire

A Jackson County family was left with only the clothes on their backs and searching for a place to live after a fire burned their log cabin home to the ground.

Robert and Terri Reynolds and their high school-aged children were not at home at the time of the fire Tuesday afternoon, but their family dog — a Chihuahua named Mickey — and two rescue kittens were killed.

The two-story log cabin home, located in Grassy Fork Township at 6199 E. County Road 700S, was about 20 years old.

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