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YOUR VEHICLE AND DRIVING IN WINTER

YOUR VEHICLE AND DRIVING IN WINTER

Driving in the winter here in the Inland Northwest requires some additional preparation, as well as patience. Proper preparation can be the difference between an uneventful trip, and a breakdown, or even an accident: Keep a stocked emergency kit in your car. Make sure to replace windshield wipers and fill your wiper fluid with a […]

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SAFETY AND YOUR HOLIDAY DECORATING

SAFETY AND YOUR HOLIDAY DECORATING

While winter can bring us crisp mornings and the delight of crunchy snow, winter storms can create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, and even heart attacks from overexertion. Planning and preparation are ways we can steer ourselves away from these risks. It is important for us all to plan ahead this year […]

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COLD WEATHER SAFETY

COLD WEATHER SAFETY

With winter peeking around the corner, we want to take this time to remind you of some safety tips to follow.  Not only can these tips make your homes safer but can also help you manage through the colder winter days and nights.  Remember that preparation can help you manage situations quicker and more efficiently; […]

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THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY SAFETY

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY SAFETY

COVID-19 Considerations While traditional Thanksgiving Holidays have included large gatherings of family and friends this year, in light of COVID-19, we may need to consider smaller celebrations.  Federal, state, and local officials are encouraging us to limit this year’s festivities to those people in our immediate households.  However, if you plan to celebrate with people […]

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AUTUMN IS A GREAT TIME TO PREPARE FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON

AUTUMN IS A GREAT TIME TO PREPARE FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON

Spokane Valley Fire Department Fire Chief, Bryan Collins shares his tips to prepare your home for the winter months which will also get you ahead of the game for wildland fire season this spring. High winds, snow, and colder temperatures came early and not all the leaves and pine needles have fallen from our trees. […]

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