The News Review:
- Ham radio operators demonstrate hurricane readiness in Brookline
- Fast-moving storm sets off tornado sirens
- Hurricane drill checks readiness
- Coming Wednesday In Hurricane Valley Neighborhoods: Concerts at …
Ham radio operators demonstrate hurricane readiness in Brookline
For ham radio operators this means being ready to take over for disabled communications in an emergency situation. n Saturday June 27 and Sunday June 28 Brookline’s Clay Center Amateur Radio Club partnership with the Waltham Amateur Radio Association will demonstrate emergency communications for the public during the annual ARRL Field Day exercise at the Clay Center for Science and Technology 20 Newton St. During operation there will be the same rapid message handling done in real emergencies with visitors getting the opportunity to participate under the supervision of licensed operators. Detailed station tours and visitor participation will be from 3 to 8 p.
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Fast-moving storm sets off tornado sirens
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
courierwheelsforyou. The sirens were set off after there were reports of a funnel cloud on the ground near the UNI-Dome. Early damage reports are that trees and some power lines are down. There also was a report of a funnel cloud near Zanata Road in Hudson but no structural damage was reported. According to MidAmerican Energy 65 customers in Waterloo were without power as of 6 p.
Hurricane drill checks readiness
Coming Wednesday In Hurricane Valley Neighborhoods: Concerts at …
Desert Valley Times
Yet the people behind the Tanner wish more residents were getting out to enjoy what the amphitheater has to offer. “We have some good music and nobody’s enjoying it” says Bernie Harris the Rockville resident who works as the caretaker for the facility. Read more about the. Tanner Amphitheater in “Scenery that stops the show” in this week’s Hurricane Valley Neighborhoods.