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Fire department wins Battle of the Badges blood drive for second year in a row

    Fire department wins Battle of the Badges blood drive for second year in a row

The results of the 2018 Breckenridge Battle of the Badges blood drive are in — and the Breckenridge Fire Department is the winner for the second year in a row.

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Fire shuts down U.S. Highway 180 between Breckenridge and Palo Pinto

    Fire shuts down U.S. Highway 180 between Breckenridge and Palo Pinto

A large wildfire burning in Palo Pinto County has forced the shut down of U.S. Highway 180 at the intersection with State Highway 16 South again on Wednesday afternoon. Traffic

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UPDATE: Local fireworks show canceled

    UPDATE: Local fireworks show canceled

Breckenridge and Stephens County Fire Marshal Calvin Chaney announced Tuesday evening that the Salute in the Salt Flats fireworks show has been canceled because the organizers do not have a

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Fireworks banned in Stephens County following disaster declaration

    Fireworks banned in Stephens County following disaster declaration

UPDATE: The Salute in the Salt Flats fireworks show has been canceled due to a lack of a permit, according to Breckenridge and Stephens County Fire Marshal Calvin Chaney. For

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Firefighters get upper hand on wildfire

  Firefighters get upper hand on wildfire

By late Friday afternoon, the large plumes of smoke that had been rising into the southern Stephens County skies were

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Wildfire about 60 percent contained, community turns out to feed firefighters

  Wildfire about 60 percent contained, community turns out to feed firefighters

As a wildfire raged just over the horizon Thursday night, threatening the homes of family and friends, volunteers gathered once

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Wildfires keep area firefighters busy over weekend, burn ban continued

  Wildfires keep area firefighters busy over weekend, burn ban continued

Following a weekend of high wildfire activity that kept area firefighters busy – and required medical treatment for two of

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