On the Beat in Bluffton

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Stay alert during emergencies

The Wells County Emergency Management office’s is distributing its share of emergency radios, EMA Director Wayne Grove said Thursday morning, and officials are encouraging residents either get one or buy one.

All-hazards alert radios disseminate more than 60 emergency alerts such as hazardous weather and other local area warnings, including up-to-date weather information broadcast directly from the National Weather Service.

Residents can program the radios to receive area-specific alerts using the right code. Wells County's codes can be found by clicking here.

Learn more in the Thursday, Nov. 29, News-Banner.

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