By Lauren Sedam
“As the threat of severe weather grows, Grand Island and the surrounding areas more often turn to amateur radio operators for help.
Jon Rosenlund, Grand Island/Hall County emergency management director, said he often works with ham radio operators.
They are available for storm spotting, during some emergency situations and even during community events, he said, and they are essential”
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