Fire Officials Promote Fire Safety
Last evening, the Remsen Fire Department were called to battle a grain dryer fire. LeMars Fire Chief Dave Schipper reminds all residents that this is a good time to check your smoke detectors, change your furnace filter, clean out your fireplace, and watch your space heaters and candles.
Schipper suggests residents should place a smoke detector on each level of your home.
The LeMars Fire Department will be performing several educational fire prevention sessions to the elementary schools during this week.
(LeMars) -- The LeMars Community School Board is scheduled to meet this evening. One item on the agenda will be the discussion of the final student enrollment figures. Early indications are that the LeMars Community School District has a smaller enrollment this year from last year.
(LeMars) -- Absentee ballots for the upcoming November city elections are now available at the Plymouth County Auditor's office. Ballots can be picked up Monday through Friday, between 8 and 5.
(LeMars) -- More than 291,000 people decided to take a walk Friday at noon in support of the goal of making Iowa the Healthiest State in the Nation. Here in LeMars, 1812 people participated in the "Start Somewhere Walk". Todd Lancaster, executive director with the LeMars YMCA, says the next phase in making the goal of Iowa becoming the healthiest state is for LeMars officials to attend a "road show" and share with officials LeMars' interest in becoming a "Blue Zone" Community. Ten communities across Iowa will be recognized by Blue Cross - Blue Shield / Wellmark Insurance Company as being a "blue zone" community and will be awarded $2.5 million over the course of five years.
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