Suzanne Flory

Arts & Life
4:00 am
Mon October 14, 2013

Colorado Volunteer Returns Home to Rhinelander

A Rhinelander volunteer working on Colorado disaster relief has returned home.  Carol Miller traveled to northern Colorado after heavy flooding put the area into crisis.  For 17 days she supervised nurses at a Red Cross disaster relief center in Denver.  She says a lot of the work was preventative.  But they did encounter more serious conditions, and numerous cases of altitude sickness.

“When I first arrived there it was pretty intense, because we had a lot of shelters open.  So just keeping the people healthy in those shelters and well cared for.”

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Yarnell Fire
4:00 am
Thu July 18, 2013

Firefighting Community Copes With Tragic Blaze

The wildfire crossed Highway 89 that runs through Yarnell.
Suzanne Flory U.S. Forest Service

A few weeks ago we brought you the news that one of the Northwoods’ own U.S. forest service employees was on the scene at the Yarnell fire in Arizona, where 19 men died fighting the blaze.  Suzanne Flory has recently returned home, and WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski sat down with Flory to talk about her experience at Yarnell.

More from our conversation with Suzanne Flory:

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A community mourns
2:37 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Northwoods USFS Worker At Arizona Fire

Yarnell Fire
Credit KTLA TV

A U.S. Forest Service worker from Rhinelander is at the scene of the fire in Arizona that killed 19 firefighters last weekend. These firefighters were part of an elite team sent in to fight this type of blaze. The fire changed direction and engulfed the team.


Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest spokesperson Suzanne Flory was in Colorado monitoring those fires when she was asked to come to the Arizona fire...


 

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Forests in the Spotlight
4:00 am
Sat June 1, 2013

Videos Highlight WI National Forest

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, in partnership with Nicolet Area Technical College, has produced seven promotional videos featuring the state's only national forest.  The short videos were created by Digital Graphics students as a way to help people to learn more about the forest's recreational opportunities and history.

Forest spokesperson Suzanne Flory says they wanted to have a new way to see the forest.

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