Final installment of Angora Fire series coming Sunday

The fourth and final day of Lake Tahoe News’ four-part series on Angora Fire — 5 years later will run June 24.

Angora Fire -- 5 years later

Sunday’s stories will be about life in dispatch that fateful day, words from Lahontan water board, former South Lake Tahoe Mayor Kathay Lovell’s perspective and the pet cemetery.

If you missed the June 17 installment, here are links to those stories:

Snippets about Angora.

University study explores Tahoe’s devastating fire.

South Tahoe PUD keeps water flowing.

Personal and professional angst at TRPA.

Landscape a challenge for survivors.

If you missed the June 10 installment, here are links to those stories:

Dealing with insurance companies.

Annual garden show focuses on Angora properties.

Cutbacks would challenge future wildland firefighting resources.

Importance of defensible space.

Supervisor Norma Santiago talks about El Dorado County.

If you missed the June 3 installment, here are links to those stories:

Susan Wood was the first reporter on the scene.

Forest Supervisor Nancy Gibson looks forward.

A garden grows from the ashes.

No arrests made.

State senator to host Angora forum.


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  1. fromform says - Posted: June 23, 2012

    certain similarities occur to me with regard to the angora fire and the current loop road conflagration. studies commissioned previous to the angora incident revealed little support for an event that would ultimately provide both an economic stimulus and an infrastructural improvement to a blighted area. unfortunately, some will pay a price for change that benefits many.