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What we think: Tornado sirens need quiet review

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By The Staff

Chicken Little seems to be alive and well and living in Shelby County.

At least that is what we fear.

Those weather sirens that have been blaring away recently in late-evening and early-morning hours are supposed to tell us the sky is falling, but so far they have proven to be nothing but, yes, false alarms.

Let there be no mistake: Weather sirens are good for communities. They can alert residents about dangerous conditions that are imminent.

They can reach a broad number of people quite easily and quickly.


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