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Plans News Managers Hope They Won't Need To Use

Jun 25, 2016
Jesse Wright/West Virginia Public Broascasting

Imagine... 

It started out like any other day at K-Small, a 5000 watt member station in Smallville, America. It was a mellow morning — the national network show running with some local inserts until 10 a.m. At the 9 a.m. news meeting there were three top stories: a tornado watch, a controversial art exhibit called “Religion Sucks,” and a press release from Smallville State College saying that last month’s test of the campus-wide emergency alert system went well.

The quiet before the storm.