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Crews servicing emergency sirens in Fargo

FARGO - The 29 emergency sirens in Fargo are currently being serviced by Mid-States Wireless. The project is expected to last for up to two weeks. During this time sirens will sound for short periods of time so crews can ensure they are working p...

FARGO - The 29 emergency sirens in Fargo are currently being serviced by Mid-States Wireless. The project is expected to last for up to two weeks.

During this time sirens will sound for short periods of time so crews can ensure they are working properly.

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