Police scanner talk available on our Web site

2009-04-02T23:00:00Z Police scanner talk available on our Web siteBy The Montana Standard Staff - 04/03/2009 Montana Standard

The Montana Standard launched a new feature for our readers Thursday.

All local Butte-Silver police, fire and Montana Highway Patrol scanner traffic is now available at the Standard's Web site.

Now you can listen to police scanner traffic online — just as if you had a scanner in your home.

All you need is a pair of speakers and sound card in your computer.

Go to www.mtstandard.com/scanner or click on the icon on our home page (shown below) and tune in. You can leave the Web site up and running 24/7, and it will broadcast scanner traffic all day long.

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