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UPDATE: The unveiling of the Blaze sculpture, scheduled for Oct. 3, has been canceled so fire department personnel can attend the memorial services for former… Continue reading
Our firefighters, volunteers, staff and commissioners are planning to donate $1,000 to support Kingston’s Fourth of July Celebration.
As of this writing, there are already several large wildland fires underway on the west (“wet”) side of the Cascades and it seems like the fire season is starting early.
Child car seat check, Smart phone application can help save lives, CPR/AED Class, and Make sure you’ve got two ways out of EVERY ROOM.
Join us for our 14th annual Community Breakfast from 7-10 a.m. Sept. 11. There is no charge for the light meal, provided by NKF&R firefighters. Breakfast consists of croissants, bagels, muffins, fruit, hard-boiled eggs, yogurt, cheese, coffee and juice.
To prevent dangerous wildland fires that could spread through fields and forests to endanger homes, fire officials are working with local governments to limit ignition sources but also need your help.
North Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters getting involved in community events, education.
Farewell and best wishes to Capt. Toby Schultz as he retires from NKF&R and the fire service.
Help NKF&R firefighters support Kingston’s Fourth of July Celebration by making your donation to that cause through us.
We hope you’ll join us in congratulating three of our firefighters whose promotion to the rank of lieutenant was officially recognized during brief ceremonies on Feb. 17.
LEAD THE PARADE: Help NKF&R firefighters support Kingston’s Fourth of July Celebration by making your donation to that cause through us.
In the wake of the recent murder of a newborn baby near Ocean Shores, we want to remind the public about Washington state’s Safety of Newborn Children law.
Fire Safety in Public Places: The tragic late-January fire that killed 238 (as of this writing) people in Brazil is just the latest in a sad string of devastating nightclub blazes both here and abroad.
Since 2007, our call volume had been relatively flat after two decades of double-digit annual growth.
The holidays should be a time of celebration but, unfortunately, they are also a time of increased risk for fire — and the majority of these incidents start with cooking, candles or Christmas trees.
Help your neighbors, be a part of a top-notch team and learn valuable skills by joining your fire department’s volunteer program.