The Gravois Mills Fire Protection District has an A-T-V on hold, until the chief takes a look at it. They want the vehicle to transport fire crews to back woods wild land fires. Fire District Board members approved spending up to 25-hundred dollars on the A-T-V, if the chief likes it. The board is sending firefighter Mike Pillman to train with the Mid County Fire Protection District Dive Team. And, Chief Ed Hancock reported that spring construction for the Soap Creek Bridge has been cancelled, and the project will likely not start until fall.