NEWS ARCHIVE 2010Fire extinguished at Lincoln University dorm - KRCG [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
Fire extinguished at Lincoln University dormKRCGJefferson City Fire Department responded to a dorm fire on the Lincoln University campus around 6 pm Wednesday. The electrical fire in room 215 of the ...
Ohio U. Federal Grant to Help Cut Microwave Fires, - WJTV [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
Ohio U. Federal Grant to Help Cut Microwave Fires,WJTVBy AP_Exchange ATHENS, Ohio (AP) Ohio University hopes to keep firefighters from running to the campus over burning popcorn or other food in dorm room ...and more »
Microwave sparks dorm fire [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
Jefferson City firefighters put out a small fire in Room 215 at Martin Hall on the Lincoln University campus. (Stephen Brooks/News Tribune photo) An electrical malfunction in a microwave in a dorm room caused a fire Wednesday night at a residence hall at Lincoln University.
Stairwell to be built at new residence [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
Algoma University is building a second fire stairwell at its new downtown residence. Work began at the former Windsor Park Retirement Residence in May and should be done by early September, said university spokesperson Kevin Hemsworth.[...]
Fire safety tips could save lives of students headed off to school [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
With our youngest child, Beth, heading off to college this fall, there are some safety items I will try to emphasize with her before she leaves. While I can try to teach her safety tips in the best way I know how, I sometimes worry that I may not catch her at a moment when she is receptive to the messages. She has a lot on her mind, with roommates, life away from home, friends and the whole ...
Colleges team up against disaster [CCFS Reporter] [August 15, 2010 9:29 pm ] Full article
Schools agree to provide police and other help in emergencies If a five-alarm fire blazes in one town, neighboring fire departments naturally assist in putting it out. So if a calamity were to befall an area college, why shouldn't nearby colleges assist?