Radio is still the fastest and most reliable way to get emergency information out to the public. In the wake of recent snow storms, power outages, hurricanes, and tropical storms GNA stayed on the air to keep the public informed, something an Ipod or Computer Jukebox can't do.
Years ago the local and national alert system that kept Americans in the know on the radios and TV's was the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS) and now the system used to do the same is the Emergency Alert System (EAS).
You can't even imagine the work that lies ahead for these poor people in Schoharie County, and we want to do what we can here to publicize events whenever possible. There's an upcoming fire department benefit dance that I'd like to draw your attention to...
The Albany Area did a wonderful job of coming together to help out our friends and neighbors in need after the flooding from Tropical Storm Irene, but some people still need much more help to get back to 'normal.' Tonight, our little village of Schoharie will get some big help from a big friend.
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