WSCFF 2nd District Representative Jeff Wainwright gets COVID-19 vaccine from Spokane area local members as community comes together to deliver vaccinations.
Citing a long and productive working relationship between Governor Jay Inslee and the WSCFF, President Dennis Lawson announced that delegates to the WSCFF convention overwhelmingly voted to endorse Governor Jay Inslee for re-election. “We support those who support our issues”, says Lawson. Inslee has been a friend to fire fighters, who volunteered to serve...
At this pivotal point in our country’s history, the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters is proud to stand with our brothers and sisters across this great state and nation and say, black lives matter! Racism, bias, and intolerance must end if we are to achieve what is described in our Declaration of Independence...
Okanogan Fire District 3 Assistant Fire Chief Christian Johnson, badly burned battling the Spring Coulee wildfire, received immediate support from fellow fire fighters.
When talk in the firehouse kitchen turns to bands -- kilts, bagpipes and snare drums are often at the core of the conversation. In Bellevue, it’s a different story.
Ann Hoag is known for her tasty confectionary creations. Not many people, she says, “get to save lives and bake cakes.” But Hoag, from Local 2024, does both.
HB1913 is signed into law—expanding presumptive coverage for cancer related to the occupation and adding protections for other public safety workers.
My shadow talks loudly through his mask — “You got this! I’m right behind you. You’re going to do great. Ready?”
Have you ever wondered why kilts and bagpipes became part of fire fighter traditions?
More than 2,000 fire fighters raised $2,472,223 on Sunday, March 10, climbing 69 flights of stairs at the Columbia Center in downtown Seattle.