Saturday, November 26, 2022

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Blairstown Police & Fire Departments Team Up on Tools

The BPD recently beefed up its public-safety toolbox, with a little help from some friends at the Fire Department. The BPD has acquired four Halligan bars, forcible-entry tools that have become indispensable equipment in firefighting, which its officers will use to breach doors in the event of an emergency. Seen here courtesy of Blairstown Police Department, Blairstown Fire Chief Mark Slater and Blairstown Police Chief Scott Johnsen display the two Halligan forcible-entry tools that the fire department recently donated to the police department.

Strong September, October Struggle Ends YoYo ’22 Season for Girls Soccer Lions

The Pope John Lions girls soccer team didn´t finish the way they wanted with a final record of 5-12-1. After a 3-game losing streak...

USDA Job Openings Helping People & Wildlife

Careers in Wildlife Services Solving Problems Every Day for People and Wildlife

Blairstown Police Department Introduces STARS Program

The new database named Blairstown STARS will profile every person with cognitive disorders in the township and provide information that would allow for a speedy recovery. Profiles will include an annually updated photo taken by Blairstown police officers— creating an opportunity for special needs residents to meet and interact with officers. 
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