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CES Responds To House Fire Off Huntington Drive

first_imgAccording to Grimes none of the occupants of the home were injured in the fire, and CES crews rescued the pets on scene.  Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Emergency Services along with mutual aid from the Kenai Fire Department and Alaska State Troopers responded to a house fire off of Huntington Drive in Soldotna. This is a developing story- as of 4:30 p.m. crews were still on scene. Traffic on Huntington was blocked in both directions. CES Chief Dan Grimes: “We got called at 3:08 p.m., to report of a structure fire here off of Huntingdon. When we arrived we found heavy fire on the alpha side of the building, and coming from the roof. We went to work and made an aggressive interior attack starting putting the fire out.” CES responded with an engine, three medic units, and a mutual aid engine from Kenai. A total of 19 CES personal were on scene with two chiefs and a training officer.last_img read more

Reminder Burn Suspension In Place Throughout The Weekend

first_imgWarming and camp fires under three feet in diameter are still allowed but use extreme caution with any kind of fire or activity that could spark a wildfire. CONTACT: Andy Alexandrou, Division of Forestry, Kenai-Kodiak Area, 907-260-4262,Due to current and forecasted weather conditions, open burning has been suspended by the Alaska Division of Forestry until further notice on the Kenai Peninsula. Due to current and forecasted weather conditions, open burning has been suspended by the Alaska Division of Forestry until further notice on the Kenai Peninsula. All open debris burning and the use of burn barrels is prohibited during a burn suspension. This suspension will remain in place until further notice. Howie Kent with the Division of Forestry: “We are putting one in place to prevent other fires from occuring when we are pretty busy with other fire activity.” All open debris burning and the use of burn barrels is prohibited during a burn suspension. This suspension will remain in place until further notice.center_img Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on June 30th, 2019 at 09:35 pm Warming and camp fires under three feet in diameter are still allowed but use extreme caution with any kind of fire or activity that could spark a wildfire. CONTACT: Andy Alexandrou, Division of Forestry, Kenai-Kodiak Area, 907-260-4262 Howie Kent with the Division of Forestry: “We are putting one in place to prevent other fires from occuring when we are pretty busy with other fire activity.”last_img read more

St Thomas To Hold Annual Craft Fair On November 17

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — St. Thomas (126 Middlesex Avenue) is holding its Annual Craft Fair on Saturday, November 17, 2018, from 10am to 3pm.The fair will feature a variety of crafters and vendors, plus a children’s game table, bake table, and a HUGE raffle table. Raffle prizes include a 50″ flat screen TV, Fitbit, and wine baskets.Coffee, donuts and lunch will be served.(NOTE: The above announcement was submitted by Kathy Catanzano.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSt. Thomas Women’s Club To Hold Craft Fair On November 18In “Community”SAVE THE DATE: Feztival of Trees Coming To Shriners Auditorium On November 22-24In “Community”Details On EIGHT Holiday Fairs Happening In WilmingtonIn “Community”last_img read more

81 more arrested in antidrug drive

first_imgLogo of arrestAt least 81 alleged drug peddlers and addicts were arrested with contraband phensidyl, yaba pills from Sherpur, Cumilla, Faridpur and Chandpur districts, reports UNB.In Sherpur, police arrested a total of 53 drug peddlers and addicts from different upazilas of the district from Sunday night to Monday morning.A total of 13 cases were filed in different police stations over those incidents, said Md Aminul Islam, additional superintendent of police.In Cumilla, police arrested at least 19 drug peddlers with 210 bottles of contraband phensidyl and 490 pieces of yaba pills from different upazilas of the district in the last 24 hours. As many as 14 cases were filed with different police stations in those connections, said Md Morshed Mahabub, additional superintendent of police.In Faridpur, police in separate drives arrested three drug peddlers with 122 bottles of contraband phensidyl and 200 pieces of yaba pills from different places of the district for last 24 hours, said Md Jakir Hossain Khan, superintendent of police.In Chandpur, Detective Branch (DB) of police in separate anti-drug drives arrested six persons over drug cases from different upazilas of the district for last 24 hours, police said.last_img read more