Educating the public


Sidney firefighter Jason Truesdale, far right, gives Morgen Parlett, far left, and Brett Barlage, both of New Bremen, a rundown of the Sidney fire department’s customized Quint 3 fire engine. Fire Station 1 had an open house on Sunday, Oct. 20 to educate the public about the fire levy that will be on the November ballot.

Sidney firefighter Jason Truesdale, far right, gives Morgen Parlett, far left, and Brett Barlage, both of New Bremen, a rundown of the Sidney fire department’s customized Quint 3 fire engine. Fire Station 1 had an open house on Sunday, Oct. 20 to educate the public about the fire levy that will be on the November ballot.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney firefighter Jason Truesdale, far right, gives Morgen Parlett, far left, and Brett Barlage, both of New Bremen, a rundown of the Sidney fire department’s customized Quint 3 fire engine. Fire Station 1 had an open house on Sunday, Oct. 20 to educate the public about the fire levy that will be on the November ballot.

Sidney firefighter Jason Truesdale, far right, gives Morgen Parlett, far left, and Brett Barlage, both of New Bremen, a rundown of the Sidney fire department’s customized Quint 3 fire engine. Fire Station 1 had an open house on Sunday, Oct. 20 to educate the public about the fire levy that will be on the November ballot.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_SDN102219FireOpenhouse.jpgSidney firefighter Jason Truesdale, far right, gives Morgen Parlett, far left, and Brett Barlage, both of New Bremen, a rundown of the Sidney fire department’s customized Quint 3 fire engine. Fire Station 1 had an open house on Sunday, Oct. 20 to educate the public about the fire levy that will be on the November ballot. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News