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A new era in emergency radio communications is making progress in Douglas County. Douglas County Sheriff Troy Wolbersen wants to move forward with the Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER) system for Douglas County.
Emergency responders spent about three hours Wednesday morning in search of a person who may have been in distress. The incident remains unsolved – no one was located – but it prompted a warning from Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp about accidental 911 calls.
The 911 dispatch center is the lifeblood of emergency operations in Hubbard County, so when Sheriff Frank Homer announced last week the state is funding studies to determine whether it should move toward regional dispatch centers, the concept got a cool reception.
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