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DICKINSON FIRE DEPARTMENT

“Working with people you don't normally work with, that's probably the biggest benefit to the exercise. You learn to work together so that when you have a real incident and you need their help, you know how they work compared to you and how things go,” said Gladstone Assistant Fire Chief Doug Brost.
A group of students recently completed their Roughrider Area Career and Tech Center Firefighter 1 Academy that was led by the Dickinson Fire Department. We spoke to DFD’s fire instructor Jared Rhode and Dickinson Public Schools to learn more about this program.
DICKINSON — A general-alarm fire beginning early Thursday afternoon witnessed Dickinson Fire Department’s two stations respond to 4th Avenue East and Summit Drive where a residential structure was engulfed in flames.
On Thursday evening, the Dickinson Fire Department responded to a structure fire.

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City Hall in Dickinson will host general public for an open house, with added opportunities for them to network with city employees and department heads as well as see what the city has to offer.
During this week's City of Dickinson meeting, three ordinances were brought before the commission for approval on a first reading. Each pertained to the extra-territorial zone expansion.
A 16-year-old daughter of a local administrative fire chief is slated to break two glass ceilings at the SkillsUSA Championships in June when she puts her training and passion on display.
The foundation of the downtown fire station, originally poured in 1900, will soon undergo a four-week construction phase that entails repouring the concrete floor on one side of the station and putting in support beams in the basement.
The Dickinson Fire Department was called to the West River Community Center on Friday evening.
“We’re hopeful that we’ll get a splash or that last surge where people want to grab a ticket before it (happens). It should be exciting, though. It’s going to be a packed house,” Dickinson Police Lt. Kylan Klauzer said.

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The estimated $32 million project — which is tentative to change over the course of planning and design and accounts for all three potential phases — would provide a fully funded Public Safety Training Center.
During a special employee recognition segment of this week's City of Dickinson meeting, two firefighters were recognized for saving the life of Dickinson School Board President Brent Seaks.
The City of Dickinson is looking at a future Public Safety Training Center — an estimated $19 million project that would potentially be “the regional hub for training” for southwest North Dakota’s law enforcement agencies and fire departments as well as other agencies across the state and into northern South Dakota.

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