From time to time articles related to fire safety, emergency medical services, and fire incidents appear in local news publications. This page lets you read each article. Simply click on the article title to see the full story.
(Nevada Appeal, Tuesday, August 3, 2004) Eleven new recruits ready to fight fires Less than three weeks after Carson City's most devastating wildfire charged through their back yard, 11 new fire recruits and their families gathered at Carson City Fire Station 2 to celebrate their graduation from the largest fire academy in this city's history.
(Nevada Appeal, Monday, July 26, 2004) Thousands appreciate firefighters at barbeque A wildfire raging Wednesday along Carson City's wooded west side destroyed nine houses, at least one commercial building and drove hundreds of people from their homes in the capital city.
(Nevada Appeal, Wednesday, July 14, 2004) Flames destroy homes, threaten Carson City A wildfire raging Wednesday along Carson City's wooded west side destroyed nine houses, at least one commercial building and drove hundreds of people from their homes in the capital city. Nevada Appeal Coverage / Reno Gazette-Journal Coverage
(Nevada Appeal, Tuesday, July 13, 2004) Clear Creek gets help protecting homes from wild fire Homeowner Mike Arnold peered over the edge of his property Monday and pointed out areas recently cleared of several bushes and trees. As always, an afternoon wind picked up and blew gusts over his Old Clear Creek Road property.
(Nevada Appeal, Monday, July 12, 2004) Kitchen ripped out to stop cooking fire Firefighters had to pull the stove, some walls and the ceiling out of a Carson City woman's kitchen Saturday night to stop a cooking fire.
(Nevada Appeal, Saturday, May 8, 2004) Carson blaze closes metal shop Fire investigators are trying to determine what caused a blaze Friday morning that damaged a North Carson City business.
(Nevada Appeal, Wednesday, April 28, 2004) Fire Chief: Overtime costs more than money Carson City's firefighters increasingly fought fatigue and illness working thousands of hours of overtime last year - a practice the fire chief said needs to stop.