APPLETON - Emergency sirens in Outagamie County are up and running once again.
County emergency management leaders say regular testing of the sirens will resume at noon Saturday.
Workers have spent the past several days installing new radio systems in all 47 sirens as part of an $80,000 federally mandated project.
Anyone who notices a siren that does not sound during the noon Saturday test is asked to call emergency management officials at (920) 832-5148.
Emergency Management Director Julie Loeffelholz reminds citizens not to rely solely on outdoor sirens for storm warnings. Real-time information is also available through NOAA weather radios, local TV and radio broadcasts and smartphone apps.
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