Lessons in the Ashes 

As Orleans blazes smolder, critics say logging profits are undermining fire prevention

Large fires in and around Orleans last week have sparked new criticism of the Forest Service's plan to reduce wildland fires in the remote and mountainous community. The Dance Fire burned more than 600 acres before firefighters contained it on Friday. Flames…

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