Marion County Fire District #1 (MCFD1) is looking for volunteers to fill multiple vacancies across its eight stations, the agency announced on Friday.
Keizer Fire District and Marion County Fire District 1 will be receiving new engines as part of the State Fire Marshal’s $25 million Engine Program, the Fire Marshal announced on Tuesday.
An arson fire caught on a security camera damaged the West Salem offices of Lighthouse Financial Enterprises, Inc., owned by Keizer resident Phillip Gerstner.
After a two year hiatus because of COVID, Keizer Fire District’s Santa Breakfast returned on Sunday, Dec. 11, with a large turnout of hungry families.
By JEFF COWEN As I was counting down my time here at Keizer Fire, the opportunity to pursue retirement became available and timely, and for the District to seek the next Fire Chief. My time in emergency services is 42 years with nearly fifteen years here at KFD. I am[Read More…]
With temperatures nearing or surpassing record levels and air quality warnings in effect, burn bans are commonplace. But there are still sometimes long plumes of smoke headed into the skies over Salem begging the question: Why? “It’s a very visible activity, you can actively see it,” said farmer Kathy Hadley[Read More…]
Aaron Kennen and Andrew Snodgrass have their new badges pinned to them by their wives Jillian and Krystyl at the pinning ceremony on Friday, June 24, at Keizer Fire District. (JOSHUA MANES/Keizertimes) Those blue fire trucks around town have a couple of new drivers. In front of friends, family and[Read More…]
Sharon Hernandez receives instruction for properly putting her son Liam, 6-months, in a car seat at the KFD car seat clinic on Tuesday, May 10, at Keizer Fire District. (JOSHUA MANES/Keizertimes) Cars and SUVs made their way through the Keizer Fire District bay doors and came out with properly installed[Read More…]
At Tuesday’s Keizer Fire District Board of Directors meeting, a review of special events fees was discussed, stemming from the ReAwaken America event at Volcanoes Stadium last month. Currently, the KFD’s ordinance has them not try to generate a profit and only look to recover costs from large events. However,[Read More…]
For the third year in a row, pancakes won’t be flipping at the Keizer Fire District in May. With three weeks before the event, Keizer Fire District Chief Jeff Cowan has made the decision to forego the annual Mother’s Day Breakfast at the station. Protocols made the decision for them[Read More…]