How To Become a Firefighter in Indiana

How To Become a Firefighter in Indiana

By all outward indications, Indiana takes its motto, “The Crossroads of America” quite seriously. Major urban metropolises amidst a sprinkling of smaller industrial towns and a liberal dash of villages provide a backdrop of delightful diversity for easy assimilation of any cultural inclination. Besides being culturally and geographically diverse, Indiana is the nation’s athletic universe. [...]

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How To Become A Firefighter In Nebraska

How To Become A Firefighter In Nebraska

Nebraska is proof that it is very unwise to judge a book by its cover. Its former official nickname of “The Great American Desert” belies the fact that more subterranean water lies beneath Nebraska’s surface than any other state. Being the country’s biggest center pivot irrigation producer and home of the world’s biggest indoor rain [...]

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How To Become A Firefighter In Oklahoma

How To Become A Firefighter In Oklahoma

More likely than not, most folks are unaware that Oklahoma has more man-made bodies of water than any of its sister states. In fact, the aggregate surface area of its artificial aquatic reservoirs exceeds a million acres. By stark contrast, the National Lighter Museum located in Guthrie is the country’s sole museum dedicated solely to [...]

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How To Become a Firefighter in South Dakota

How To Become a Firefighter in South Dakota

Although typically portrayed as a cozy coven of close-knit communities few and far between, South Dakota has a lot more going on than first meets the eye. Considering that most of the famous Mount Rushmore State’s biggest assets lie beneath its surface, this comes as no surprise.  A prime example is the Homestake Mine in [...]

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How To Become a Firefighter in North Dakota

How To Become a Firefighter in North Dakota

To a large degree, North Dakota is a study in contradiction.  For instance, although “Dakota” means “friend” or “ally,” CNN once reported that it is the least-visited of all United States.  Another even more anomalous ambiguity:  North Dakota is both the 19th biggest - and the third least populous -of all American peripheries. Fortunately, relief [...]

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