Deva Temple

editor, “From the Fire: Ojai reflects on the Thomas Fire”

Editor, “From the Fire: Ojai reflects on the Thomas Fire”

Deva Temple on KCRW

It’s been nearly one year since the Thomas Fire broke out. Ojai was hit particularly hard. The fire nearly encircled the small city and burned more than 100 homes.

Ojai reflects on the Thomas Fire, a year later

It’s been nearly one year since the Thomas Fire broke out. Ojai was hit particularly hard. The fire nearly encircled the small city and burned more than 100 homes.

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