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Solving the Grove arson subject of magazine article

Johnson-80PULLMAN, Wash. – The story of how community groups worked together to solve the July arson at the Grove apartments near the Washington State University campus is recounted by a WSU professor in the February issue of Firehouse magazine.

Fire-article-250Glenn Johnson, professor in broadcast communication and the mayor of Pullman, wrote the article for the 77,000 circulation publication. The piece includes interviews with WSU Police Chief Bill Gardner and Officer Darren Jones.

Find a PDF of Johnson’s article at https://s3.wp.wsu.edu/uploads/sites/609/2014/02
/FIR_onthejobWA1.pdf
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