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Grants help to fund emergency training

Keeping up with training is not a cheap proposition in this day and age, and county officials are turning to grant funding to help keep the training process moving.
This week, Emergency Risk Manager Amy Miller reported on efforts to keep training projects advancing with the help of grant funding.
“Each year, Barton County Emergency Management applies for grant funds with the Kansas Division of Emergency Management. For the FY2011 year, Barton County is eligible to receive $24,000 by completing planning, exercises and other special projects outline by the state,” she explained.
Keeping up with this process, however, if ...


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