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Carthage Clean-up Continues

It's been more than a week since cleanup began on the near ten-thousand tons of debris left by a fire in Carthage last month. Jody Tosti has an update.  Go to full article
Firefighters drown embers days after the March 2nd fire in Carthage.
Firefighters drown embers days after the March 2nd fire in Carthage.

Carthage Works to Recuperate After Fire

More than a week after a fire destroyed an entire block of downtown Carthage, village fire officials say the smouldering embers finally seem to be extinguished. But they say the area is still a "fire scene" for safety reasons.

People affected by the blaze are working to recuperate. David Sommerstein reports on the latest relief efforts.

Fire victims or people wanting to donate goods or money can call the Carthage Fire Relief task force at 315-493-3821.  Go to full article
Casey Ferguson stands before the ruins of her home.
Casey Ferguson stands before the ruins of her home.

Carthage Assesses the Future

Firefighters in the village of Carthage are working around the clock as the fire that destroyed most of a downtown block continues to smolder. It was the fire some people had feared for years. Still, many residents of the village of 4000 are still in shock. David Sommerstein has this report.

The Watertown office of the Red Cross is accepting donations for fire survivors. Call 315-782-4410.
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Fire Guts Downtown Carthage

Firefighters continue to soak the smoldering remains of downtown Carthage. Nine buildings were lost in a huge blaze that began early Saturday. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

People: Naturalist Ed Kanze, on the Australia Bush Fires

Martha Foley talks with naturalist Ed Kanze, author of the book "Kangaroo Dreaming," about massive fires burning in New South Wales, Australia. The country has a long history of fire, and some plants thrive on fire, but people settled on the landscape complicate the picture.  Go to full article

Malone's Flanagan: Monument or Ruin?

The fate of the Flanagan Hotel in Malone is up for debate. A poll shows most residents want the historic building, damaged by fire in 1997, demolished. But others want to restore the century-old building.  Go to full article

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