May 3, 2019: Northeast Nebraska Volunteers Quarterly Meeting, Tekamah Volunteer Fire and Rescue Station, 8 p.m.
Firefighters from Lawton, Moville and Sergeant Bluff took part in an ice rescue class taught by PRI on March 2. See more photos inside. Photo submitted by Kurt Miene.
With what seems to be a change in weather patterns we have seen an increase in flooding in our area. I certainly have no intentions of weighing in on the climate change argument.
This month has been very busy with the daily office work; paying bills, entering memberships, updating addresses, getting newsletter information to the publisher and getting items ready for th
Firefighters from Norfolk, Battle Creek, and Hadar fight a house fire in Norfolk on a Sunday afternoon.
It will soon be vacation time. After the last day of school, many of your families will be traveling to various locations for some much needed rest and fun.
Nebraska Fire and Rescue members: In 100 years I still can’t believe what happened to our state with the winter storms and the rain followed by the record thaw and the release of water causin
The Avon Fire Department and the Avon Ambulance were dispatched to a report of smoke coming from the roof of the Power’s Furniture and Appliance store on Main Street in Avon, at 7:23 p.m.
It’s been a busy few days for Beresford Fire and Rescue as they have responded to a cold water rescue, house fire, evacuation situation, and a controlled burn that went out of control.
The minutes of the June 2018 Membership meeting are in this month’s paper. Please read them over and check for corrections, etc.