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Wildfire training on modified truck

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Wildfire training on modified truck

Firefighters gear up to train on the modified pickup. "Our fire engines … we can't really take them off the road and do anything with them," Fire Chief Andy Woody said. "This is basically a four-wheel drive truck with bigger tires on it. … We can take it in fields. This is a capability we haven't had in the past."

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File PhotoJenna Hipp went to three straight state softball championships in her high school career. She will pitch for Harding University this season.

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Two things before I begin.
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