May 6, 2017: Nebraska Firefighter Trot, 9 a.m. – noon, Nebraska Firefighter’s Museum.
A hazard found at nearly all motor vehicle accident scenes is glass. Glass can represent hazards. The most obvious is the fact it is sharp and represents a cut hazard.
The Humeston Fire Department conducted a controlled burn on March 18. Photo by Chief Greg Watsabaugh.
This is being written as Mid Year quickly approaches and by the time you read it we’ll have wrapped things up there.
I generally write my article, proof read it and submit. The words should be pretty simple yet sometimes words can have drastically different meanings.
The Overton and Elm Creek fire departments got together in the early morning of Saturday, March 11, for a real barn burner.
Greetings from your NSVFA office. By the time you read this, registration will be almost complete for the 2017 Nebraska Fire School!
As I start to write my letter I first want to say how much I appreciated having the opportunity to represent the NSVFA as 1st Vice President at the National Volunteer Fire Council M
As President of the Nebraska State Volunteer Firefighters Association, it is my hope that you come to find the NSVFA as a voice for the volunteer firefighters/EMS across this great state.
On March 25, members of the Avon Fire Department conducted controlled burns at two farms just south of Avon. Photo by Dennis Dodge.