Giltner Fire Dept. has new home

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After years of planning, members move in as of Aug. 12, enjoying new space

  • Giltner Fire Chief Brad Consbruck stands proudly in front of the community’s new five-bay fire barn. The crew has already run a call from the new space and enjoys all the room it provides. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    Giltner Fire Chief Brad Consbruck stands proudly in front of the community’s new five-bay fire barn. The crew has already run a call from the new space and enjoys all the room it provides. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
  • This new, larger, space allows ample elbow room for volunteer fire and rescue personnel. Pictured here are four of the five bays, including the wash bay, and member gear lockers. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    This new, larger, space allows ample elbow room for volunteer fire and rescue personnel. Pictured here are four of the five bays, including the wash bay, and member gear lockers. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
After many years of planning, months of construction and countless hours of anticipation, Giltner Fire and Rescue officially moved into its new home Aug. 12. Everything is up and running, including five bays for trucks and equipment, ample room for activities and an office for their chief. Fire Chief Brad Consbruck said it took a little bit more time to get in than they originally planned, but…

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