Before starting this month’s training article, I wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Cole Kleinwolterink.
Greetings to All! As I write this article, we have just gotten home from Convention in Iowa Falls. Tired with a lot of things to wash, but happy.
Governor Jim Pillen conducted the first ever Volunteer First Responders Summit on Aug.
First of all, our prayers go out to the people at Maui, Hawaii. On Aug. 7 and 8, a massive wildfire struck the island.
An injured male hiker in his 30s from Missouri was saved after a lengthy overnight multi-agency rescue to find the man and get him to the hospital on July 1,
It’s that time of year when the long, hot days of summer are giving way to cooler, shorter days of fall.
The annual South Dakota fall cycle of fires may have already begun for some of you around the state. We all know it is coming every year.
How many times as instructors during training told everyone we can do this without bunker gear or watch as students did something wrong and not corrected it.
It has been quite a summer. Last year in my little part of the world it was hot and dry. The crops had pretty well been done in and there was little to burn.