MINERAL WELLS — Mineral Wells firefighters, their family members, city leaders and the community said goodbye to the old and hello to the new,…
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Three samaritans and five first responders were presented the Lifesaving Award last month for heroic actions in helping a young girl who recen…
Ryan Dunn has been named the new Mineral Wells Fire and EMS Department chief following the retirement of Mike Pool.
After serving Mineral Wells for the last seven years, Fire Chief Mike Pool announced he will be retiring on May 1.
Not seeing a need to issue a local disaster declaration at this time, Mineral Wells officials took steps this week to reduce potential community exposure to the coronavirus and COVID-19 disease.
Paying $60,000 to get a $1.2 million piece of equipment seems like a no-brainer – Mineral Wells City Council members agreed.
Now in its 126th year, and one of the oldest active volunteer fire departments in Texas, Mineral Wells Volunteer Fire Department members recently voted overwhelmingly to fold into the operational oversight of the Mineral Wells Fire Department.
Several chemical explosions rocked the Industrial Park area near Mineral Wells High School early Monday afternoon.
A substantial improvement in the city's fire service rating means Mineral Wells property owners may soon see a reduction in their insurance premiums.