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Erika Allen

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How to Watch the Solar Eclipse with Viaero

Posted by Erika Allen on Aug 16, 2017 10:37:43 AM




Consider this your official invitation to watch the solar eclipse with us, in-person or online.

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Topics: Community Events, Technology

Watch the Weather with @ViaeroWXCams

Posted by Erika Allen on Jul 25, 2017 11:54:05 AM



Clouds, and the weather conditions that create them, are stunning to watch. Viaero has a new way to keep an eye on the sky in your area with our new Twitter account, @ViaeroWXCams, or through live feeds on our website! But did you know that these cameras play a vital part in community safety and weather reporting?

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Topics: Technology, community

Bobstock Lineup 2017: Loverboy, Jack Russell’s Great White, and More!

Posted by Erika Allen on Jun 16, 2017 5:41:10 PM



Get ready to rock this summer at the Bobstock Music Festival! We are just a few weeks away from Viaero’s favorite free concert of the year and the musical lineup does not disappoint. Get a taste of who you’re going to see at Bobstock this July 7 and 8.

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Topics: Community Events, community

Help Lake Mac Families Left Homeless by Wildfire

Posted by Erika Allen on Apr 6, 2017 1:15:43 PM



On March 18, a grass fire broke out north of Lake McConaughy, near Ogallala, Nebraska. The fire destroyed eight homes, damaged another 16 homes and buildings, and burned 800 acres of land. Twenty fire departments responded to the blaze before it was contained.

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Topics: community

Help Families Devastated by Colorado Wildfires

Posted by Erika Allen on Mar 24, 2017 12:53:59 PM



On March 6, a wildfire started in northeast Colorado near the South Platte River and burned more than 32,500 acres of land in Logan and Phillips counties. With the help of 120 brave firefighters and equipment from 17 local fire departments, the fire was contained on March 8. Drought conditions and 40 - 60 mph winds fueled the wildfire, which spread 26 miles across Interstate 76.

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Topics: community