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Despite Burn Ban, Firefighters Kept Busy

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By Joel Stevens, Associate Editor

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for area firefighters.
Since Mills County issued a county-wide burning barn beginning March 19, local fire departments have battled 17 grass fires all over the county, stoked by dry, windy conditions.

Due to the abnormally warm temperatures and several months of below normal precipitation, Mills County Emergency Management polled the local fire department chiefs of Mills County and the Mills County Supervisors resulting in a consensus vote to issue the burn ban.


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