News Headlines
Mon. May 16th 2016
Be on the look out around town for these pigs. Put your money in the pig with your favorite candidate's name!!! Candidates are Cory White,(pig at the firehouse), Ken Smith (pig at the village hall...
Sat. Jan 14th 2012
Chief Cory White had the opportunity today to teach fire safety to 10 Boy Scouts for their Fire Safety Merit Badge. Battalion Chief Phil Kimler, Firefighter Derek Miller & Firefighter Nathan Tolbe...
Tue. Jan 10th 2012
Chief Cory White & Battalion Chief Phil Kimler had the opportunity to give 10 Cub Scouts a tour of the firehouse and also take a ride in a firetruck tonight.
Sat. Sep 17th 2011
Members of the AOFPD took the MABAS 46 tent trailer today to Monticello to train with the MABAS 28 tent trailer. This was the first time we had set it up and we want to thank the members of MABAS 28 f...
Sat. Aug 13th 2011
Members of the AOFPD spent the day in Argenta at the Safety Day. We had several units on display and cut up a car as a demo of what we do during a car accident.
History of AOFPD.

There was an informational meeting held on December 6th 1948 between the Argenta Fire Department and the Oreana Fire Department to talk about the possibility of becoming one Fire Protection District.

The Argenta-Oreana Fire Protection District was voted in, in the spring on 1951.  The organization meeting was held June 28th 1951 with the following officers and trustees: Lawrence Bennett, president; Hugh Martin, secretary; Lynn McConkey, treasurer; Charles Gorenflo, trustee.

The Volunteer firemen organized December 10th 1951 with the following officers: Harvey Myers, president; LeRoy Carroll, vice president; Glenn Schall, secretary; and Charles Long, treasure.

Rena Wallace’s Garage was rented for a fire house.  The first new piece of equipment was a 1951 ford truck with a john Bean high pressure outfit at Argenta with a 1937 Chevrolet truck on standby.  At Oreana, a 1951 ford truck with a Howe volume pump outfit.  This truck was stored in a new building erected on A & O Grain Co. ground in Oreana.   

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