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Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office receives $219K FEMA grant

August 30, 2021, 5:09pm Clark County News

The Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office received nearly $220,000 in federal funds this year to continue its recurring outreach campaign aimed at preventing residential fires. Read story

Fire Marshal offering reward for information about Battle Ground church firevideo icon

August 13, 2021, 10:21am Clark County News

The Clark County Fire Marshal's Office is offering a reward for information identifying the person the agency believes started the July 5 fire at the Old Cherry Grove Church in… Read story

Clark County Fire District 3 serves about 40,000 residents from five stations. Station 31 in Hockinson, seen here, houses three engines and several auxiliary units.

As Fire District 3 becomes more urban, wish list grows

Clark County Fire District 3 serves about 40,000 residents from five stations. Station 31 in Hockinson, seen here, houses three engines and several auxiliary units.

August 9, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

Last year’s annexation of Battle Ground residents into Fire District 3 has provided more firefighters and equipment to protect 40,000 people and 90 square miles of central Clark County, including Hockinson, Brush Prairie and Venersborg. Read story

(The Columbian files)

Officials: Clark County fireworks ban effective

(The Columbian files)

July 6, 2021, 4:18pm Clark County News

The night of the Fourth of July was slower than usual for some fire agencies in Clark County with almost all of the county under a fireworks ban. Read story

Property owner Steve Slocum surveys the fire scene with his dog, Frank, after a former church and the house next door burned down in an early morning blaze in Battle Ground on Monday, July 5, 2021. Officials said the fire could've been sparked by fireworks and no injuries were reported.

Former church, Battle Ground home destroyed in human-caused firevideo icon

Property owner Steve Slocum surveys the fire scene with his dog, Frank, after a former church and the house next door burned down in an early morning blaze in Battle Ground on Monday, July 5, 2021. Officials said the fire could've been sparked by fireworks and no injuries were reported.

July 5, 2021, 6:06pm Clark County News

An old church and the house next door burned down in an early morning fire in Battle Ground that officials say could've been sparked by fireworks.  Read story

WOODLAND: Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue received a new fire engine at its Station 29 in Woodland.

Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue upgrades its engine

WOODLAND: Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue received a new fire engine at its Station 29 in Woodland.

June 12, 2021, 5:56am Community

WOODLAND — Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue acquired a new fire engine at Station 29. To mark the occasion, Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue performed a “push-in” ceremony at Station 29 on May 25. Read story

BRUSH PRAIRIE: Instead of ITS annual open house and pancake breakfast, firefighters at Fire District 3 held a fundraiser for Juliann Anderson who is battling cancer.

Fire district raises funds for cancer patient

BRUSH PRAIRIE: Instead of ITS annual open house and pancake breakfast, firefighters at Fire District 3 held a fundraiser for Juliann Anderson who is battling cancer.

April 24, 2021, 5:55am Community

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Instead of “flipping pancakes” at their annual open house and pancake breakfast, firefighters at Fire District 3 held a fundraiser for Juliann Anderson, whose father, Jon Couture, is one of the district’s fire commissioners. Read story

(Courtesy of Shannon Robertson Ivie)

Crews battle Ridgefield structure fire

(Courtesy of Shannon Robertson Ivie)

November 28, 2020, 6:43pm Clark County News

Firefighters responded to a structure fire at the 2300 block of N.E. 209th St. at about 5:55 p.m. on Saturday. It's unknown if anyone was injured. Read story

Clark County Fire & Rescue announced Friday that it is changing its name to Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue. Decals reflecting the change are already on some of the district's vehicles, such as this one next to Chief John Nohr.

Clark County Fire & Rescue announces new name

Clark County Fire & Rescue announced Friday that it is changing its name to Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue. Decals reflecting the change are already on some of the district's vehicles, such as this one next to Chief John Nohr.

November 15, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County Fire & Rescue announced Friday that it is changing its name to Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue to better reflect the areas it serves. Read story

Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office receives federal grant

September 4, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

The Vancouver Fire Marshal's Office received a $234,891 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for education and outreach on curbing residential fires. Read story