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Tanya Bennett
· December 5, 2017
A huge thank you to all who came to our house this am at 3:45am to try an save our burning home. And thank you so very much for taking cash out of your own pockets and give us to help us through this ...terrible thing. You guys are true angels and were at my house in mere minutes. I thank you all. Many blessings from the Bennett family. See More
Shelby Ketchum
· October 6, 2017
thank you so much to the 1st responders how showed up to our neighborhood last night you all were so quick. it makes me feel safe to be in post falls!
RaNae Case
· August 21, 2017
Thank you for your quick response to a house fire next to us. We appreciate you all so much.
David Tiffany
· August 25, 2015
I'm grateful for the Kootenai County Fire & Rescue and their prompt response to grass fire near Hayden Ave on Chase Rd! All that was lost was a bunch of weeds. I was one of the first to come across ...the newly started fire on my way to work, but not the first to call 911. God bless our firefighters! See More
Holly C Cargile
· December 15, 2016
I'm so Grateful for your Quick response time,Thank you
The Ice Bucket Challenge has hit Kootenai County Fire & Rescue!! Fire Chief Warren Merritt was nominated and he completed his challenge this morning. Great job Chief, glad we could help!
Free food distribution at Post Falls City Hall THIS Friday 4/7: 11-1pm. Sponsor by KCFR and PFPD. The event will be held regardless of weather. This is a way to help those in need in our community. Information 773-6366
Santa is coming! The KCFR Candy Cane Run is starting soon in Post Falls!

Today was "Lunch with Fire Chief" for Claudia Finegar and her grandson Landon. Thank you Firefighter Yelland for the tour at Fire Station 1. Claudia won the lunch and tour with KCFR at the Post Falls Food Bank's annual fundraiser (GHB) last November. Thank you Claudia for your support of the FB!

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Come on down to Cabela's for a free CPR class with Firefighters from KCFR! They happen every 30 minutes!

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Free hands-only CPR and Automated External Defibrillator training at Cabela's starting at 4 p.m. It only takes 30 minutes and we will be here until 7 p.m.

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Please come to Cabela's in Post Falls tomorrow evening from 4-7pm for free training in Hands Only CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED)!

Thu 4:00 PM PSTSilver Lake Mall, Cabela's and CPR Central
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We have been flocked! Who's next? It could be you... Remember it is for a good cause. It benefits the Post Falls High School Dance Team!

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KCFR Commissioner meetings are open to the public. Details can be found on our website.

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Please sleep with your doors closed - it makes a difference!

Sleep with your bedroom door closed.

EVERETT, Wash. - A closed door helped save the lives of twin sisters trapped in a raging apartment fire in Everett on Monday, according to firefighters.The Everett Fire Department said the two 3-year-old girls’ survival is a lesson for us all.Firefighters

Congratulations, Commissioner Pam Houser - Post Falls Citizen of the Year!

Your contributions are many and your leadership is an example for all. Well done!

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"Hands-only CPR" training at New Vision High School today in Post Falls. Well done, Firefighter Tony Blasick!

Another band of new recruits that could help possibly save the life of a family member, friend or a complete stranger. Each one these classes improves the odds of resucitation and the students did a great job!

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Distracted driving class at Post Falls High School today with KCFR Firefighters Tony Blasick and Shea Vucinich; Sophomores and a few Freshman, learning about the consequences of distracted driving. Did you know the #1 cause of teenage death is from injuries sustained in a car accident (speed, inattentiveness and alcohol related)? Remember you can contribute to a bad situation as a passenger too!

Please be careful, don't text, wear your seatbelt, and drive for the conditions. You are our future and we care about you!

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Welcome new fire commissioner Andy Boyle to KCFR.
Swearing in ceremony, along with commissioners Michael Hunt and Paul Wagner. Thank you for your service.

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CPR training at Post Falls High School today (Sophomore class and a few from the Freshman class too) with KCFR Firefighters Tony Blasick and Ryan Jaderquist. The importance of bystander CPR can not be emphasized enough.

If you know CPR and do "compression only CPR", you increase the patient's chance of survival by about 300%! Most cardiac arrest patients are in their own homes; so you should be prepared to save one of your family members! You should always "just keep doing c...ompressions" until the Fire Department arrives or until someone with an automated external defibrillator shows up to help.

We are proud of the student's participation today, our firefighters and the partnership we enjoy with the Post Falls School District.

This is also a heads up to a free "compression only CPR" and intro training for AED's at Cabela's on February 8th from 4 to 7 pm. See attached flyer.

If you don't know CPR, come on down. We would love to see you!

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Honoring Commissioner Richard Nordstrom for 30+ years of service. Thank you for your time and dedication to our community.

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We are proud to be partners with the Post Falls Police Department and honor our veterans.

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