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West Coast Morning | Mar 18, 2013 | 6:04

Kippens Needs Volunteer Firefighters

The volunteer fire department in Kippens is looking for help. The number of firefighters has dropped in recent years. And the fire hall will lose more in the coming months. George Bennett is the fire chief of the Kippens volunteer fire department

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