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Shelly Miller
· October 28, 2017
On September 20 My father In-law Lloydd Miller had a heart attack and passed away. We wanted to Thank you for you excellent service and efforts to bring him back. Thank you for everything you did for The Miller Family See More
Jacob Berwick
· July 15, 2017
Top notch,couldn't ask for a better bunch
Of volunteers
Kathy Hensley Riley
June 3, 2014
I want to say thank you for checking on the businesses and residents last night after the rain storm,.Hope everyone gets some rest after their late night.
A group of Napoleon firefighters participated in a Grain Storage Rescue training seminar held today for Ripley County fire departments, hosted by Purdue Extension - Ripley County at the Southeast Purdue Agricultural Center. The day-long training included classroom education on grain hazards and rescue this morning, and then culminated in the afternoon with practical demonstrations and exercises involving specialized rescue techniques and equipment. Grain entrapment and engulfment injures or kills dozens of farm workers each year, so this training will make our firefighters better prepared to respond if this type of emergency occurs in our area.
Firefighters who have been participating in a certification class with our department over the past couple of months were given the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge this weekend. As this particular class comes to a close, each student was evaluated on their abilities to complete a wide variety of skills, ranging from ladder handling to hose loading to search and rescue tactics. Next weekend, these individuals will complete a state-administered written examination on the materials covered during the class.


Sustained south to southwest winds between 15 and 25 mph, with
gusts up to 35 mph, are expected late this morning into this
With the lack of green vegetation, these winds will lead to an
increased threat of fire growth and spread. Outside burning is not

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Its going to be a nice day outside today. There is a enhanced risk for wild fire today. Please refrain from any outdoor burning.

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