Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun August 28, 2016
PHOTO BY: Matt Johnson/Contributing Photographer

Terry Eubanks of Bismarck is the new director of the Hot Spring County Department of Emergency Management. He brings more than 27 years of experience in law enforcement to his new job, which entails organizing response efforts in case of emergencies within the county.

Ready to roll

New emergency-management director worked as first responder

Carol Rolf/Contributing Writer

When a call comes into the Hot Spring County Department of Emergency Management, Terry Eubanks, director, said he finds it hard not to be one of the first responders. Eubanks, 49, spent 27 years as a first-responder, either as a paramedic, a firefighter or a law enforcement officer, but his new role with the department requires him to coordinate the response rather than be active in it. “My job is to stay back from the situation and ge... READ MORE


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