Menominee County is adding its fourth tornado siren thanks to a donation from the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.
According to WLUK-TV, the siren will be located the Town of Menominee near Keshena.
The county's three other sirens are located in Neopit, South Branch and Middle Village.
Beginning July 31, the Keshena and Neopit sirens will be tested every Wednesday at noon for the rest of the tornado season. After that, the sirens will be tested once a month.
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