The stories of the Starbuck Fire are now in print
As I read The Starbuck Fire, Clark County, Kansas, Oral Histories, March 6, 2017, it reminded me this story is best told in a book.
And those who recorded the story for this book deserve high praise for what they were able to accomplish—having those who were impacted by the Starbuck Fire, a fire two years ago that burned over 700,000 acres in Clark County, to tell their story from their perspective at Ground Zero. More than 70 journal entries were made from 80 interviews in the 577-page book. They included farmers and ranchers, volunteer firefighters, emergency personnel and business owners.
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