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Marshfield Fire Chief Inspects New Ambulance in Ohio

Ambulance to Arrive in August Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) Marshfield Fire & Rescue Department will soon have a 5th ambulance at its disposal. On Tuesday, Fire Chief...
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Chat with the Fire Chief: Summer Water Safety

Have a safe summer in the water with tips from Marshfield Fire Chief, Scott Owen.
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Chat with the Fire Chief: 4th of July Safety

4th of July is one of summer's biggest events. Learn more about safe fireworks handling, pet safety, and staying hydrated. "It's a time to celebrate,...
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Chat With the Fire Chief: Firefighter Safety During an Active Shooting

Departments Revise Policies in Response to Appleton Shooting Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) On May 15, Appleton firefighter Mitch Lundgaard was struck and killed by a gunshot...
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Chat with the Fire Chief: Severe Weather Planning

Are you prepared for a severe weather event like a tornado? In this episode, Fire Chief Scott Owen shares advice on how to prepare...

Rural Fire Departments to Purchase Farm Rescue Equipment

Farm Technology Days Grants Benefit Community A $15,000 Wood County Farm Technology Days grant will allow rural fire departments to purchase farm rescue equipment. Richfield Rural...
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Chat with the Fire Chief: Stay Safe in the Summer Heat

Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) Summer in Wisconsin means sun, warm weather, and outside activities. During these months it’s important to stay hydrated and recognize the...

Central Fire & EMS Serves Breakfast to Top Readers

Top readers from Colby Elementary, Abbotsford Elementary, and St. Mary’s were served breakfast by Central Fire & EMS at the fire station Friday morning. The...
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Chat with the Fire Chief: Fill the Boot Campaign at the Mayor’s Breakfast

Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) More than 100,000 firefighters helped “Fill the Boot” last year for the Muscular Dystrophy Association last year, raising $20 million toward...
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Chat with the Fire Chief: Gas Leaks

Marshfield Fire & Rescue responds to gas leaks throughout the year. If you notice an unusual odor, you can call dispatch. Learn more from...
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