Local Newsmontana

  • Firefighters Douse Deliberate Montana Fire

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    Billings Gazette
    Posted: May 14th, 2003

    A deliberately set fire that could have destroyed a garage and its contents on Custer Avenue early this morning was doused quickly by the Billings Fire Department


  • Homeland Insecurities

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    Missoula Independent
    Posted: April 24th, 2003

    From the Fire Service end of things, it really is a concern because we just haven’t had any federal support,” says Missoula Fire Chief Tom Steenberg


  • Fire Truck Purchase Approved

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    Romeo Observer
    Posted: April 24th, 2003

    A new fire truck will be joining the Ray Township Fire Department's fleet of vehicles next year.


  • Fire Guts A Montana Broom & Brush

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    The Montana Standard
    Posted: April 22nd, 2003

    Montana Broom & Brush and the Kitchen Depot were destroyed Monday night in a huge blaze that closed Harrison Avenue and sent thick, black smoke billowing for miles over Butte


  • Veteran Dispatcher Picked To Lead Emergency Center

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    Livingston Enterprise
    Posted: April 22nd, 2003

    Peggy Glass, a 23-year veteran of the Livingston 911 emergency dispatch communications center, has been named as the communications services coordinator.


  • Lawsuit Against County Dismissed

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    Livington News
    Posted: April 22nd, 2003

    A lawsuit alleging a then-Park County sheriff’s deputy conducted a drug search using a falsely obtained warrant has been dismissed, according to a lawyer for the plaintiffs.


  • City Demotes Fire Dept Division Chiefs

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    Great Falls Tribune
    Posted: April 10th, 2003

    Great Falls city management violated labor laws by promoting union fire department battalion chiefs into nonunion positions


  • Fire Won't Close Thrift Store

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    The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
    Posted: April 8th, 2003

    Caron Cooper isn't letting a weekend fire put her store out of business and her employees out of work


  • National Laundry Fire Investigation Begins Today In Montana

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    The Great Falls Tribune
    Posted: April 7th, 2003

    Fearing flare-ups and crumbling walls, firefighters watched the shell of National Laundry and Cleaners Sunday, waiting until today to begin investigating what started the Saturday morning blaze