A few tickets are still available to hear nationally known firefighter and author Richard Picciotto, the highest ranking New York firefighter to survive the collapse of the World Trade Center
We respond to so many varied emergencies. It is really a challenge to insure our teams are up to speed with all the hazards as well as responsibilities in meeting industry standards.
The legislature has been in session for a month. I attended the condition of the state address in January.
Being a firefighter in Iowa is great! We get to meet interesting people, serve our communities and we get to help folks when they need it most. It can be very satisfying and rewarding.
Greetings to all. Hope that you all had a great holiday this year and last.
This is a letter on dead bolt locks that we all will see from time to time.
The Beemer Fire Department took part in a controlled burn on Dec. 10. A firefighter works to keep the flames under control. Photo by Mike Lorenz.
Baby its cold outside, as I set down to write this month’s news article it is 1 degree and a wind chill of -16 degrees and this is the second bout of super cold weather we have had since Chris
Now that the busy 2017 and the holiday season is in our past I look forward to another great year.
Last month I attempted to explain and demystify the process known as Critical Incident Stress Management. Now that you are aware of this process and that it is out there somewhere, somehow, h