Sep 13, 2013 - The Associated PressSHERIDAN -- Wyoming's statewide digital radio system for local, state and federal health and safety agencies continues to expand.
Bob Symons of the state Public Safety Communications Commission says there are now 67 sites around the state set up for the WyoLink network.
About 16,000 radios can use the shared radio system, and 112 agencies have moved their operations onto WyoLink.
Symons said that once the network is completed there will be 95 to 96 percent coverage across state.
Members of the Public Safety Communications Commission met Wednesday in Sheridan and discussed the budget for WyoLink.
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