Forest Service and Community pull together on Hough Fires
As one of the largest wildfires in California history burns in and around Yosemite National Park, Plumas County residents are breathing a sigh of relief — at least for the moment. That’s because we just escaped a potential wildfire disaster of our own.
Thousands of homes are sitting on the fringes of the Rim Fire, which has scorched more than 250 square miles of old-growth forest. And although the fire was considered 30 percent contained as of Friday, it likely will burn through the middle of September.Write comment (0 Comments)