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Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm

  Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm

Location matters when it comes to your smoke alarm. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Hear

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Rescue Drones

  Rescue Drones

“In the emergency world, the interest in drones is swelling right now.”  So says Joe Dougherty, director of the Utah

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Duck Creek Fire

  Duck Creek Fire

Three buildings burned to the ground last week in Utah’s Duck Creek Village on Cedar Mountain. Hot Mama’s Pizza and

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Pine Valley Ranger District Makes Progress on Oak Grove and Brown Trail Fire

  Pine Valley Ranger District Makes Progress on Oak Grove and Brown Trail Fire

ST. GEORGE, UTAH –The Pine Valley Ranger District of the Dixie National Forest is making progress toward containment on lightning

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Page Police and Fire Respond to RV Fire

  Page Police and Fire Respond to RV Fire

PAGE, AZ: On September 3, 2015 at about 9:45 p.m., Page Police and Fire Departments responded to an RV fire

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Smoke Covers the Skies of Page

  Smoke Covers the Skies of Page

Fires in California are causing low visibility in Page. While the flames continue to burn far from Page, however, the

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Boat Caught Fire at State Line Launch Ramp

  Boat Caught Fire at State Line Launch Ramp

A boat caught fire at the state line launch ramp on Wednesday afternoon. Nobody was injured, but the boat was

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Williams Ranger District to Manage Springs Fire, Suppress Key Hole Fire

  Williams Ranger District to Manage Springs Fire, Suppress Key Hole Fire

Managers of the Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest have decided to manage the 98-acre Springs Fire to

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Mason and Old fires merge, treating 2,200 acres southeast of Tusayan

  Mason and Old fires merge, treating 2,200 acres southeast of Tusayan

Tusayan, Ariz., July 12, 2015—For Immediate Release. As anticipated by fire managers, two lightning-caused wildfires being managed to improve forest

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Mason Fire Expected to Grow as Drier Conditions Return to Northern Arizona

  Mason Fire Expected to Grow as Drier Conditions Return to Northern Arizona

Tusayan, Ariz., July 8, 2015—For Immediate Release. Kaibab National Forest fire managers expect the 450-acre Mason Fire that is being

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