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New Billings Assistant Fire Chief

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BILLINGS - The Billings Fire Department will soon have a new Assistant Fire Chief.

The department has offered a conditional offer of employment to Lockwood Fire District Fire Chief William Rash. Rash has 14 years of experience as a fire chief and was named Fire Chief of the Year by the Montana Career Fire Chief Association. He is currently the chairperson of the Yellowstone County Fire Council.

The Billings Fire Department lists June 9th as Rash's first day on the job as Assistant fire chief.

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