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The booming in Clintonville that has some residents losing sleep "sounds like distant thunder, fireworks or someone slamming a heavy door," the Associated Press writes.
The Clintonville City Administrator told the Shawano Leader the "I Survived the 1.5" shirts are meant to show unity. The small Wisconsin town made the national spotlight last week when unusual booms left residents without answers. The U.S. Geological Survey now believes Clintonville was being swept by a swarm of microquakes.
The quake was felt around 10 p.m. Monday along the Wisconsin/Illinois border. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the 2.4 magnitude earthquake was centered in McHenry County, Illinois, just south of Kenosha County, Wisconsin. No damage or injuries were reported.
The source of the booms shaking residents of Clintonville, Wisconsin, this week has been a mystery. But the U.S. Geological Survey now thinks the town is being swept by a swarm of microquakes. One of them was measured at magnitude 1.5, which could probably be felt for a radius of about five miles.
The number of calls to Wisconsin's handgun hotline -- the line firearm dealers must call to register a gun -- set a record in February, with nearly 16,000 calls. So far this year, the hotline has handled more than 53,000 calls and is on pace soar past the number of calls in 2011. Wisconsin is right at the center of a national trend.
Geologists want to get a better reading on what's shaking in Clintonville. Meanwhile local officials there are asking geologists to set up more tools to get a better gauge on seismic activity. And the town capitalizes on its national popularity with a clever t-shirt.
City Administrator Lisa Kuss told WTAQ radio police have only received a handful of complaints recently. The small Wisconsin town has been dealing with unusual booms since mid-March that may be a series of small earthquakes. The strongest detected was a 1.5 magnitude earthquake on March 20.
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