Two members of the Leake County Fire Fighters Association recently participated in “Firefighter Field Day” at the Mississippi State Fire Academy.Jacob Sims of Carthage Volunteer Fire Department as well as a member of the Leake County Correctional Fire Department attended and participated in training... Read More.
You see a lot of them these days when you're driving in Mississippi-- those customized black and white car tags which help to raise money for the families of fallen law enforcement officers and firefighters. And there could be more of the tags on... Read More.
Two members of the Choctaw Fire Department are graduating from the State Fire Academy Thursday. Peyton Bell and Cobi B John are among 17 members of Firefighter Class 198. They completed an intense seven-week course including online, classroom, and hands-on instruction in the areas... Read More.
Tuesday, June 21, 20226:38 p.m. – Carthage Fire Department and Carthage Volunteers responded to a call reporting a woods fire behind a residence on Naylor Street.6:57 p.m. – Carthage Fire Department and Ofahoma Volunteers were alerted to a hay baler on fire in... Read More.
Tuesday, June 7th, 20228:10 a.m. – Ofahoma Volunteer Fire Department responded to a barn on fire on Matlock Drive near the Madison county line.11:40 a.m. – Leake County Deputies were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in progress on HWY 43 near the 4-way... Read More.
Monday April 25, 20222:21 p.m. - Marydell Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to Mooney Road near the Edinburg area when calls came in reporting a woods fire.2:36 p.m. - Carthage Police were called to Walmart regarding a disturbance in progress inside... Read More.
Two Carthage firefighters have completed their training at the State Fire Academy in Pearl and will graduate Thursday along with 28 others from across the state. Andrew Burnside and Taylor Nazery went through an intense seven-week course which included online, classroom, and hands-on instruction... Read More.
Frigid Temps are here. With that comes the ambiance of the fireplace. The Firefighters Association has shared some safety tips for operating and maintaining a fire.Always open the damper or flute before starting a fire and keep it open until fire is completely... Read More.