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 Fenton Home Furnishings continued its history of local philanthropy with recent gifts to the Fenton and Linden police and fire departments.  The company gave the Fenton Police Department $2,000. Police Chief Jason Slater said the money is going toward an upgrade to the software on the department’s LiveScan fingerprint device. LiveScan allows fingerprints for background
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June 28, 2021 By: DeKalb County Mayor Tim Stribling was contacted by Dan Beasley, Acting State Director for Tennessee Rural Development, recently and informed that DeKalb County Fire Department has been awarded a Community Facility Services Grant in the amount of $137,500. This grant award, coupled with the county’s obligated 45% matching share, will total
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Cowlitz County commissioners Tuesday approved $23,200 in federal funding to reimburse fire departments responding to the Mount St. Helens area and other emergency response projects. The county receives payments from the Forest Service through the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act in lieu of property taxes. A portion goes to emergency services in national
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The Financial Services Department is on fire, as Financial Analyst Amanda Gilbert and Senior Procurement Analyst Shannon Nolan expand on their burning desire to safeguard Flagler County’s green assets by becoming Certified Wildland Firefighters. The certification issued through the Florida Forest Service allows them to work on prescribed fires. Amanda Gilbert. Courtesy photo “It was
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ROCKTON — The 200 Chemtool employees out of work following Monday’s industrial fire at the Town of Rockton plant will continue to receive full pay and benefits amid the ongoing emergency response, according to a representative for the plant’s parent company Lubrizol. Vice President of Operations Bill Snyder apologized for Monday’s fire, but stopped short
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<!– SHOW ARTICLE –> LaCROFT — Liverpool Township trustees agreed Monday night to acquire a new pumper truck for each one of its volunteer fire departments. Trustees accepted a 15-year lease-purchase agreement from Freedom Financial of Yorktown, Va. for $684,360 to purchase two Freightliner Pierce pumpers from Atlantic Emergency Solutions, whose representative explained that a
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The Villages District government has inked a deal to rent office space from the Developer over the City Fire restaurant at Lake Sumter Landing. The second-floor office space has been occupied by The Villages Technology Solutions Group, which last year secured a $5.8 million no-bid technology services agreement with Sumter County. Technology Solutions Group is
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MONTREAL — 2020 proved to be a record year for cycling, with bike shops selling out of inventory, and Quebecers purchasing 950,000 bicycles. According to Velo Quebec, since 2000, the annual average of bikes purchased in the province has stayed around 600,000. Bicycle retail sales (including accessories) soared to $565M last year. Sales of electric
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CHEBOYGAN — At its meeting April 13, the Cheboygan City Council approved the application for a risk reduction grant with the Michigan Township Participating Plan for $4,000 to replace face masks for the Cheboygan Fire Department. The funds will be used to replace the self contained breathing apparatus used by the firefighters with their face
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