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New Storm Warning Sirens

A Texoma city could soon receive additional storm warning sirens, pending approval.

The Quanah City Council will be meeting Tuesday night.

Among the items under consideration, is approving the purchase of three new storm warning sirens.  Also on the agenda is approving the agreement between the city and Quanah Independent School District for the use of reclaimed water.

The meeting starts at 6:30p.m. at City Hall located at 109 King.

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