Sarah Penton is the host of B.C.'s afternoon Interior current affairs radio show, Radio West.
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A psychologist explains: Trauma and loss after fire
Clinical psychologist Kathy Keating sat down with Sarah Penton, host of CBC's Radio West, to talk about how people recover from losing everything they own in a fire.
How people who lost their homes in fires decades ago feel today
After enduring heartbreaking loss, survivors of wildfires in the Salmon Arm area share how they managed to move on and where they are at now.
Healing after fire: How Rock Creek residents are coping 4 years later
Some community members have made peace with losing all of their things in the fire, while others still struggle to come to terms with what is gone.
'It looked like a war zone': Life in Pressy Lake 2 years after the fire
Families in Pressy Lake are rebuilding and trying to move forward two years after the Elephant Hill Wildfire swept in and burnt 33 homes to the ground.
Remembering the life of a Canadian soldier, 70 years after his death
Sarah Penton and her father, Glen Laubenstein, travelled to the Netherlands to lay her great uncle to rest, 70 years after he died in WWII. She recalls the emotional experience of seeing how much one soldier's life can mean so long after his death, and experiencing the gratitude of the Dutch people.