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Smoke Alarm Recall: Kidde models PI2010 and PI9010

Hazards: A yellow cap may have been left on one of the two smoke sensors during manufacturing. This could compromise the smoke alarms' ability to detect smoke. Please click the link above to see if your detector is involved.

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    Public Safety Open House is set for Sunday (Oct. 2)

    A popular event will return to Muscatine this weekend as the Muscatine Fire , Muscatine Police , Muscatine Sheriff’s , and MUSCOM join forces to host the 2022 Public Safety Open House Sunday, Oct. 2. Read on...
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    Muscatine Firefighters train on two scenarios this week

    Imagine falling down into one of the many ravines that dot the Muscatine landscape, or being trapped inside a home filled with smoke. These were two scenarios used by the Muscatine Fire Department for training exercises this past week. Read on...
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    Muscatine Police K9 Dexter to receive protective vest

    Muscatine Police Department’s K9 Dexter will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Read on...
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    Firefighters conduct training in vacant home

    The Muscatine Fire Department continued their training regimen Wednesday morning conducted a training exercise in a vacant home on Cedar Street. Read on...
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    Efforts to revive unconscious child are unsuccessful

    Members of the Muscatine Police & Fire Departments responded to Eversmeyer Park, in the 1100 block of Orange Street, at approximately 6:06 p.m. Friday (Sept. 16) for a two-year-old child who had gone unconscious and was no longer breathing. Read on...
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