County, city now on same frequency with radios

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF WRITER,

The missed communications sparked by the Indianola police department’s purchase of and changeover to a new digital radio system for use by its officers are about to be squelched after the county voted on Tuesday to purchase a new radio that will allow the sheriff’s department to hear the city’s transmissions.

 
 
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