It seems like 911 is one of these tragedies that has gotten lost with everything else going on. I wanted to shout out to our first responders and I was in a hotel when the Twin Towers went down. Plus, check out this tribute which is amazing.
Every time 9/11 rolls around, I think about the first responders who rushed into the Trade Towers that day in 2001 to save lives, thinking very little about their own. Would any of us have had the guts? It makes today the perfect day to thank a first responder in the Treasure Valley for what they do on a daily basis And there's one simple way to do it.
Ada County celebrated their new emergency 911 dispatch center with a ribbon cutting yesterday.
A new-and-improved $15 million facility will provide the technology needed to keep the public safe, including 911 text messaging.
The new facility will replace the current dispatch center that’s been in the basement of the Ada County Public Safety Building since the 1970s...
The Warhawk Air Museum takes you on a journey from World War I through the Cold War era, with memorabilia and airplanes to share history. They are looking to expand their timeline with a new wing dedicated to September 11 and those who have served in the Middle East, you will be able to step into an era of war that's still going on now...
From the Department of "You Have Got to be Kidding Me!!!" A group of middle school children recently visited the 911 Memorial and began singing the National Anthem. Before they got to finish, security guards stopped them from singing. Keep in mind, this story didn't happen in another country, it happened right here in the United States of America.