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NISSWA FIRE DEPARTMENT

High temperatures may have stoked the winds that followed.
Nisswa fire chief says it burns faster than gasoline.
Fifteen Nisswa firefighters — along with eight from Pequot Lakes, 11 from Mission Township and about eight from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — were called at 6:58 p.m. to a wildfire on East Clark Lake Road in Nisswa.
This plan would serve as a guiding document for park system infrastructure for the next 15 years.

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The incident occurred under the Cass County Highway 77 (Interlachen Road) bridge at about 4:20 p.m. when temperatures were forecast in the high 20s or low 30s in the region.
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Firefighters accuse three council members of not supporting them. Council says it's looking out for taxpayers.
No injuries in Friday fire on Clark Lake Road.
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Nisswa firefighters initially responded before calling for mutual aid from Mission to provide water in a tanker truck, according to a call on the police scanner.

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"It's my intention we'll make personal contact with each and every resident," Nisswa Police Chief Craig Taylor told the city council during its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16.
A mother and her son were forced to evacuate the home and go out into the icy cold with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
Nisswa man leaves behind a wife and a newborn daughter.

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