After sending a group of volunteers through the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program last year, the Banks Fire District is planning a second class for interested volunteers in the Banks area.
Statistics from January and a message about the next CERT class are in this month’s fire log from the Banks Fire District.
The Banks School District is asking community members to fill out an online survey to gain input on improvements to district facilities.
With a little help from the Banks Fire District, children in the Banks area can once again send a letter to Santa.
The city’s annual rite of marking a prominent volunteer who’s made a mark in the city of Banks continued this November, this year honoring Clint Jackson, a well-known business owner, volunteer on the city’s Economic Development Commission, recently-elected Banks Fire District board member, and volunteer wrestling coach at the Banks High School, among many other roles.
Stats from the month of October and a message from the Banks Fire District.
An Oct. 14 open house in Banks and more in this month’s fire log from the Banks Fire District.
Contractors working near the fence line of the Banks Elementary School struck a gas line Thursday morning, the Banks School District said in a district-wide alert. “Please avoid the area and do not try to come pick up your students at this time,” Banks Fire said.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released additional details from Tuesday afternoon’s crash that saw a Banks child killed after being struck by a vehicle on Ashton Drive.
After a young child in Banks was struck by a vehicle and killed Tuesday afternoon, community members, school officials, and first responders have taken steps to find ways to support the family of the child and others in the community who may be feeling the loss.
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