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Gazette Premium Content Two interns greatly affected by Waldo Canyon, Black Forest fires

The Gazette - Updated: July 22, 2013 at 3:45 pm
The Gazette - Updated: July 22, 2013 at 3:45 pm • Published: July 22, 2013

As wildfire roared through Black Forest in June,  two Gazette interns were profoundly affected - in very different ways. For Megan Wood, working in the newsroom brought back a flood of memories from the Waldo Canyon fire. Suzanne Evans left work and headed toward her home in Black Forest as...

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As wildfire roared through Black Forest in June,  two Gazette interns were profoundly affected - in very different ways. For Megan Wood, working in the newsroom brought back a flood of memories from the Waldo Canyon fire. Suzanne Evans left work and headed toward her home in Black Forest as the fire started June 11.

Read their essays here:

Suzanne Evans: Resilient Black Forest residents continue forward

Megan Wood: Tragedy of Waldo Canyon fire slowly fades, leaving the good in people

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