Alaska Volunteer Fire Department

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Alaska Volunteer Fire Department
Alaska Volunteer Fire Department is listed in the Fire Protection Services category in Puposky, Minnesota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alaska Volunteer Fire Department which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alaska Volunteer Fire Department on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Alaska Volunteer Fire Department is:
4897 Mud Lake Rd NW
Puposky, MN 56667
(218) 243-2175
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Alaska Volunteer Fire Department shared Beltrami County Sheriff's Office's photo.
Stay vigilant.
THIS IS A SCAM... Did you get a message like this? We did too! This is a scam, delete this message and block the number in your phone. We are aware of this message going around and unless you provided them personal information you do not need to report it to us.

Alaska Volunteer Fire Department shared Beltrami County Emergency Management's photo.
Don't want it, but I guess it will keep the fire danger down...
SAY IT AINT SNOW!!! That nasty four letter word is in the forecast again... a narrow band of snow is possible in the overnight as a cold front sags across the state. Up to half a foot is possible for a VERY ISOLATED area along highway 2, but a wider area of 1-3" is more probable.

Alaska Volunteer Fire Department shared Mal Meyer LPTV's post.
From the fire hall last Tuesday.
ICYMI: It's Severe Weather Awareness Week and some locals are learning what it takes to be a storm chaser at the Alaska Volunteer Fire Department.
It’s Severe Weather Awareness Week, and the Beltrami County Emergency Management division is holding classes to teach people how to identify different types of storms. In Puposky, some locals…


Alaska Volunteer Fire Department shared Beltrami County Emergency Management's post.
Alaska Fire is hosting a Weather Watcher class tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. Come on out to the fire hall if you want to learn about severe weather. We hope to see you there.
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK... SKYWARN CLASSES ALSO OFFERED THIS WEEK... We kicked off Severe Weather Awareness Week with a visit to WMIS 92.1 - The River where Emergency Services Director Christopher Muller spent the "Sheriff Mondays" segment talking about weather that can impact our region during the summer months. If you want to learn more about severe weather and possibly become a Skywarn Spotter, we are offering two classes this week. Tuesday's class will be at the Alaska Volunteer Fire Department starting at 7PM. Thursday's class will be at 7PM at the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office Emergency Operations Center. Classes are free and open to the public.