Wow what a busy week. As I finally get this month’s article submitted, your association is just wrapping up another successful fire school. So many good comments on the classes.
Menno, Yankton, Scotland, Lesterville and Freeman work to contain a fire that began in the kitchen area of the Open Door Café in Menno around 3 a.m. on April 2.
Blunt volunteer firefighters were called to the scene of a structure fire. Fire Chief Travis Heuertz said the unoccupied structure was filled with smoke when they arrived.
Once again fire school is upon us. When you are reading this month’s issue, there will be just a few days before we kick things off at the Mitchell Technical Institute.
I can give this much…
The Kansas State Firefighters Association 129th Annual Conference was held in Manhattan April 26-29, hosted by Riley County Fire Department.
On the side of Hoisington Fire Department’s command vehicle is the phrase “Volunteers responding to help neighbors in need.” What a cool thing to see when we were there for regional fire schoo
Hello Kansas Fire Service. I would like to take the time to publicly thank the Riley County Fire Department crew for hosting a great conference this year. Good venue and a great agenda full
I am anxiously awaiting the upcoming annual conference next week in Brainerd and from what I’ve heard, many of you are as well! The conference committee has worked with F.I.R.E., Inc.