Region’s amateur operators enjoy reaching out, serving

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In a late summer afternoon heat and humidity, a storm percolated in central Indiana.

Towering thunderclouds formed on the horizon. Great green globs, some with fiery yellow and red centers, appeared on TV station radar screens.

All over Johnson County, amateur radio operators fired up their radios, forming a network ready to pass vital information about the coming storm to emergency officials.

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