NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Fire danger remains high despite wet weather
Despite this springs wet weather, much of Minnesota is still dry enough to fuel a dangerous wildfire, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Its easy to think all of this rain has saturated... Posted on 5/18/19 at 6:00 AM
ASTRO BOB Fire Smoke May Dim Perseid Meteor Shower
Heavy smoke from forest fires in California and British Columbia may affect how many meteors we'll see from the Perseid shower this weekend. Two nights ago, a gap between extensive tendrils of airbo... Posted on 8/11/18 at 11:29 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Most Frequently Asked Questions (About My Moustache)
Q: Why--at your advanced age--did you decide to grow a moustache?
A: I was asked to.It's formy role in "Death by Chocolate," the4th annual Firemen's Ball at the Mason Lodgein Grand Forks, July 27. It... Posted on 6/9/17 at 5:21 PM
NIE ROCKS! Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12
Oct. 6-12 is Fire Prevention Week.Here's a page on fire safety you can print and share with younger students. It is from the KRP NIE tab, "Playing it Safe" distributed by the NIE Institute.
For more ... Posted on 10/1/13 at 2:05 PM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Prepare Your Home for Winter
As summer has become a distant memory and the beautiful trees of fall are turning, it is a great time to think about winterizing your home to prepare for the colder months ahead. Snow, ice and sub-zer... Posted on 10/4/12 at 11:33 AM
Service could be restored by Wednesday
WARREN, Minn. - Firefighters have extinguished a large blaze this morning after a natural gas leak near here. Residents living within a four-mile radius of the fire, reported at 6:25 a.m. about three miles northwest of Warren, were evacuated.
MOORHEAD - Moorhead Fire Department Assistant Chief, Rich Eggert, said a call came in around 4:30 p.m. reporting a fire at a residence in the Greenwood Mobile Home Park, 1700, 3rd Ave. S. Firefighters found a blaze on the entryway porch of unit 239 and knocked it down within a minute, before it could spread.
FARGO - After getting eight slumbering family members and his dog, Thor, out of his house as it filled with fire and smoke, Scott King called 911, ran to his neighbor’s yard and watched flames swallow his home for 9½ minutes.
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