By Paul F. P. Pogue Experts say modern materials may burn faster, but smoke alarms and fire sprinklers help to minimize risk. Modern building materials work wonders for homeowners — they make homes easier and cheaper to build, they’re generally stronger and … Continue reading →
diy by Cailyn Finkel 1/2/2017 We often think of our smartphones in a negative light. They take up our time and attention, keep our focus on social media and distract us from what is really going on in the world. But … Continue reading →
Study Highlights: Fifty-two percent of patients in rural areas with severe heart attacks drove themselves to the hospital or were driven in instead of calling 911. However, patients who called 911 got to the hospital faster and received lifesaving care … Continue reading →
More and more seniors choose to live on their own these days. Living independently can be very good for your mental health, but you need to take steps to prevent accidents in your house and ensure that help can get … Continue reading →
At the New Mexico State Fire & EMS Expo on September 8, 2016 the State Fire Marshal recognized 44 Departments in the NM that improved their ISO rating. Among them, several departments from Otero County to include Sac/Weed VFD. The … Continue reading →
After several months of revising and updating the county’s volunteer firefighter/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) standards policy, County Commissioners will finally consider approving the latest ordinance at Thursday’s regular Commission meeting after a public hearing about the policy. County Emergency Services Director … Continue reading →
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