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Mon, May 26, 2014

Assignment Fox Cities

   For the longest time, we relied on county emergency sirens to warn us of impending
danger in the event of severe weather.  Advances in technology have changed that.
   In addition to warning sirens, we can now learn of severe storms through cell phones,
NOAA weather radios and EmTel, a county system capable of alerting us to other
kinds of danger.
   Outagamie County  Interim Emergency Management Director Christina Muller explains
it all on Assignment Fox Cities, heard on WHBY Thursday, May 29th.   Catch the program
at 6:45 a.m., 12:45 p.m. or 5:45 p.m.
   Some of what Christina shares may be familiar to you, but it certainly is worth a listen,
a refresher course of sorts, as we are now in severe weather season.


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