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derrek_lee_25

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since st cloud is near big lake would i be able to pick them up if im in big lake im leaving friday to go see my step brother in big lake
 

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St. Cloud has switched to digital, so probably not. I'm not sure if they are still simulcasting anything on VHF.
 

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St Clous is exclusively on the ARMER system and has been for some time now. If you happen to have a digital scanner you may be able to hear them from Big Lake, there is a simulcast site in Sherburne County.

If you're limited to VHF you can listen to Stearns County Sherrif's Office. They're simulcast onto VHF.

Gold Cross Ambulance & Stearns County Fire is also paged on VHF so you will be able to hear them as well depending on your preference.
 

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Well Stearns only dispatches EMS in the North & West areas of the county...i'd think he would be hard pressed to hear them in Sherburne County...always worth a shot though...
 

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but the ems towers are broadcast throughout the county. I always got great reception on 155.2800 when i was living on the far south side of st cloud...


State Patrol will be easy to hear...

North EMS out of princeton (155.385) could be useful as they have their 3 als trucks plus a helicopter. Monti EMS and St Cloud Hospital are on that same frequency, btu everyone uses a different tone code...
 
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