It's that time of year where firefighters across the country begin training and fundraising for the Annual Scott Firefighter Stairclimb, raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
There will be 26 Montana teams participating this year. Racing up the 69 flight of stairs of the Columbia Center in full bunker gear.
Something that sets Montana firefighters apart from their competitors at the annual Scott Firefighters Stairclimb in Seattle – an event that draws hundreds of firefighters from around the country and raises millions for cancer research – is heart.
Thank you for stepping up along side us and making a donation to our stairclimb team, last year we raised $18,863 and finsihed with a team placement of 5/188 from around the world, your support is appreciated with funds coming back into the state for those battleing Leukemia and Lymphoma.
An explosion rocked the Langford Hall dorm on the M-S-U campus, injuring two students, Thursday night.
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The Executive Director of M.S.U. Communications, Tracy Ellig, said that one student was taken to Bozeman Deaconess hospital with burns on 50% of his body. Another student who was burned was treated at...Full story by KBZK news Bozeman Click Here.
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