Imagine this scenario: a fast-moving wildfire wipes out not only power but the internet throughout Marin County. How do first responders communicate with one another? More importantly, how do government officials and community organizations reach the public? So-called ham radio operators may have the answer.

Last month, the Marin Amateur Radio Society and Marin Amateur Emcomm Support announced . . .

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