New county outdoor warning sirens more reliable, easier to activate
The tone won't sound any different, but new outdoor warning sirens in Hays, Ellis County and surrounding towns might be a little louder at times. Other than that, residents might not notice much difference after new severe weather warning sirens are installed this November and December, says Darin Myers, director of Ellis County Fire and Emergency Management.
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