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.
Jorge Gomez and Kurt Loechle Duarte travelled from Peru to attend the IAFF-WSCFF Educational Seminar to meet with WSCFF members and receive a contribution of gear from the Spokane Fire Department.
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?”
Welcome to the new WSCFF.org website! For months, the WSCFF has been working behind the scenes to create a better online experience for our members.
In March, politicians, policy makers, and journalists donned full turnout gear, ventilated a roof with a chainsaw, put out fires, and had a rocky ride in an ambulance, getting a hands-on experience of a day in the life of a fire fighter.
Have you ever wondered why kilts and bagpipes became part of fire fighter traditions?