30 years. That’s how long Scott Taube has been in the Fire Service. And today he closed out his last shift at Station 62. A lot of things have changed in the Fire Service and District 6 during the last 30 years, but some remain the same. For instance, about 15 minutes before the end […]
When Buffalo Safety Damar Hamlin collapsed during a Monday Night Football game a lot of folks started thinking about CPR. If a loved one had such an attack would they know what to do? Well, we had the same question–and reached out to local media to promote CPR awareness and to publicize our new LUCAS […]
It’s not just another normal day at work for Tony Lothspeich. Following a short ceremony Tony started his first full shift as a Captain. District 6 was already a familiar place for Tony when he started working here in 2016. His father, Brad, was a long-time Fire Chief here and is a current Fire District […]
Thanks to your support we have two new American-made fire engines being built in Appleton, Wisconsin. Your two Pierce pumpers are assembled from the ground up, and are due to arrive in February. The engines are shorter than average to help us better manuever in tight spaces. They have 600 gallon tanks and lower hose […]
A workshop of the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners will be held on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the District’s Strategic Plan. The regular meeting will follow immediately after the conclusion of the workshop. Click Here to view the notice.
An important “baton pass” this morning at Station 63. Outgoing Battalion Chief Scott Reamer completed 30 years of service to the citizens of District 6. Taking his place–new BC Jeff Killeen. Here’s a short video of the transition.
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners has rescheduled a regular meeting in December. The Tuesday, December 20, 2022 regular meeting is rescheduled to Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at Station 61. Click Here to view the notice.
After enough rain has fallen to mitigate fire danger, the Clark County Fire Marshal today lifted the outdoor burn ban. Both recreational and land-clearing burning had been banned due to unseasonably dry weather conditions. Burns bans historically are lifted on October 1st, but this year was more dry and arid than in past years. Permits […]
A Public Hearing of the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners will be held on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at Station 61. The regular meeting will follow immediately thereafter. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss revenue sources and the preliminary budget for 2023. Click Here to view the […]
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners has rescheduled a regular meeting in November. The Tuesday, November 1, 2022 regular meeting is rescheduled to Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at Station 61. Click Here to view the notice.