County votes to replace aging 911 ambulance
By Tom Larson
Stevens County will buy a new ambulance to replace a unit that sports a computer system the service's director called a "ticking bomb."
The county Board of Commissioners approved a request by Rick Wagner to purchase a new primary 911 vehicle. Wagner is with North Memorial Ambulance, which recently took over management of the county's ambulance service.
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