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Ben Owens

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Show Low Fire Department

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http://azfiretraining.org/Contact_Us.html

Ben Owens, Treasurer
Show Low Fire Dist 928-537-5100 chiefowens@showlowfire.org


WMICentral

While Arizona has received more than $80 million in grants from the Department of Homeland Security since its inception last year, the bulk of that money is just now trickling down to the local level, said Chief Ben Owens of the Show Low Fire Department."It's slow to get here and it's just insufficient amounts," Owens said.Firefighters depended on makeshift networks, sharing radios and doing anything they could to communicate with one another during the fires, Owens said.Little improvement has been made in rural parts of the state like Show Low, where nearly two years later it's still be impossible for most agencies to communicate with one another without using multiple frequencies, Owens said."We'd be in the same boat," Owens said."Everybody is talking about interoperability but nothing is getting done.It's a huge, huge problem."


Pinetop Fire Department, Pinetop Arizona, Technical Rescue

The Operational Coordinator for Navajo County is Ben Owens of the ShowLow Fire Department and the Operational Coordinator for Apache County is Howard Carlson of the Eagar Fire Department.


Watch out for stolen McCallum bagpipes. | VancouverBagpiper.comVancouverBagpiper.com

According to Show Low Fire Chief Ben Owens, the piper was visiting a friend afterward when the pipes were stolen.
Owens says the fire department pipe band is just getting underway, with eight pipers and two drummers and losing a new set of pipes is tough on the band.


http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/arizona/article_0ea19d5c-a53d-11e0-8d11-001cc4c002e0.html

Show Low Fire Chief Ben Owens, who was leaning toward not allowing the fireworks as of Friday, said he was "floored" by the decision of Eagar and Springerville.
Show Low will make a final decision Monday on its fireworks. "With the economies depressed, I understand why people want these celebrations. They say celebrations bring in revenue," Owens said. "But fires don't bring in revenue. "I've agreed to play the game a little bit, but I'm hoping I can get common sense to prevail," before Monday's decision, he said.


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