Today is Monday and I am in Grand Island, NE, after a full day assisting others in getting the 2019 Nebraska Fire School ready for the 1,000 plus students who will be showing up Friday to gain
Harrisburg Fire Department and Canton Fire Department conducted a controlled wildland burn near Lake Alvin. Submitted by Jayme Adrian.
Good day. Some of you may be reading this before heading out to fire school, others it may be after you have gotten home.
If you looked through the paper last month and noticed the listing of SDFA membership departments, I am happy to say, we had a couple more departments come in after the paper was published.
Steve Hirsch, Oberlin, was elected on April 27th as Chairman of the National Volunteer Fire Council at its annual meeting in Alexandria, VA. The National Volunteer Fire Council is the leading
Hello Kansas Fire Service. It has been a busy past few months. We would like to extend our gratitude to Salina Fire for another excellent conference.
The 144rd Annual MSFDA Conference and Fire School was a success! Thank you to all the vendors and sponsors that supported the conference.
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.