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Amateur radio organizations in Wyoming will be riding the airwaves to participate in an annual Simulated Emergency Test.
When disasters strike, ham radio and amateur radio operators are sometimes a lifeline for aid.
When severe weather threatens, volunteer storm spotters are often called into service.
Local weather and emergency officials and amatuer radio operators will test Yellowstone County's emergency siren system Wednesday at 6 p.m.