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Acreages saved from wildfire along tracks

A wildfire along the CN tracks east of Warman was contained before any serious damage was done to two acreages in its path.

Warman Fire Rescue members responded to a call at about 4:00 a.m. on Friday, May 24 about a fire adjacent to the tracks and near Highway 305, according to Warman Fire Chief Russ Austin. Continue reading “Acreages saved from wildfire along tracks”

Weekend fires doused, serious damage averted

A brush fire in a park south of Warman Elementary School occurred on Saturday, May 4

Quick responses by Warman firefighters to a brush fire in a park near Warman Elementary School and a shed fire on Ens Crescent over the weekend of May 4-5 prevented serious damage in both instances. Continue reading “Weekend fires doused, serious damage averted”

High school students learn basic First Aid, CPR

Warman Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Schwartz explains how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on an infant to a group of Grade 10 students at Warman High School on Thursday, March 28

About 100 Grade 10 students at Warman High School earned their certification in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) this past week. Continue reading “High school students learn basic First Aid, CPR”