What Narrowband Frequencies Do You Monitor In Minnesota?

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I am not sure not is the best title for this, but with some frequencies being in between what many of us traditionally thought of over the years it is a new challenge. For example, look at the below frequencies. The repeater for Remer is 155.6175 is in between the old traditional assignments of 155.6100 and 155.6250. Since so many of us focus on ARMER, it is easy to forget about VHF/UHF, conventional (non-trunked), and even analog frequencies. I am just curious what "new" frequencies you are listening to that are in-between the traditional frequencies that we all listened to over the years.

Please feel free to post actual frequencies and PL/DPLs.




PW WQGA665
CASS COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
[COORDINATE FIRE & EMS PERSONNEL]
Control Point 1 - 300 MINNESOTA AVE, WALKER MN 218-547-1424
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01/24/2012 License Modified
1 - REMER, ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HWY 200, REMER (CASS) MN (map)
155.6175 FB2 100p 125e 11K3F3E
2 - 40.0 km radius around fixed location 3
155.6175 MO 100p 100e 11K3F3E
159.2325 MO 100p 100e 11K3F3E
158.8125 MO 100p 100e 11K3F3E
3 - 1 MILE EAST OF CASS CO HWY 6 ON BEN DRAPER FOREST ROAD, OUTING (CASS) MN (map)
154.16 FB2 100p 150e 11K3F3E
 
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