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Greene County seeking bids to build expo center ahead of Hamvention

Greene County officials are opening bids to contractors to build a new exhibition center at the county fairgrounds. The construction of the building, at an estimated cost of $1.5 million, is expected to be finished and open in time to accommodate Hamvention, which is set to happen May 18-20. Hamvention, hosted by the Dayton Amateur […]

via the ARRL: New ARRL Section Manager Appointed in North Dakota

Nancy Yoshida, KG0YL, has been appointed as the ARRL North Dakota Section Manager, starting on January 1, 2018. Yoshida, an ARRL Life Member who resides in Thompson, will take the North Dakota Field Organization leadership reins from Lynn Nelson, W0ND, who was elected last month as ARRL Dakota Division Vice Director. Nelson, of Minot, has […]

Global Antenna Tower Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Key Players Rohn Products LLC , WADE Antenna , SAE Towers

Questale published a new in-depth industry research that focuses on Global Antenna Tower market, delivers detailed analysis of market and future prospects of Global Antenna Tower market. The critical and significant data in the study makes the research a very important tool for experts, analysts and managers to get ready-to-access analysis by the industry professionals. […]

President Electronics USA Introduces the “Ronald” AM FM 10/12 Meter Radio

The Ronald is capable of 50+ watts PEP, with AM/FM, DW, Mic Gain, RF Gain, 2 Emergency Channels, NB/ANL, President’s unique ASC (Automatic Squelch Control), Scan, Talkback, Public Address, Echo, 7 Color Display and much more. Naples, FL, December 09, 2017 — President Electronics, the worldwide leader of CB Radios announced today the launch of […]

Pueblo man granted dying wish to go to National Weather Service (Colorado)

85-year-old Ted Lungwitz didn’t have far to go Wednesday to be transported back to the good old days. As part of a the Sentimental Journey program, hospice patients are granted round trip transportation to a special place of their choosing. Lungwitz dying wish was to return to the National Weather Service where he worked as […]

Amateur Radio Service helps fight hunger (Ohio)

The Portage County Amateur Radio Service, a local Ham Radio Club, is giving back to the community with a donation of $6,445 to the Center of Hope in Ravenna. The Amelia DiGirolamo Center of Hope is dedicated to enhancing the nutrition of low-income people in Portage County, where local food pantries are not present. Hot […]

via the ARRL: ARRL Board of Directors Publicly Censures Southwestern Division Director

Acting on a recommendation of its Ethics and Elections Committee, the ARRL Board of Directors has publicly censured one of its own — ARRL Southwestern Director Dick Norton, N6AA. On an 11-3 vote, with one member abstaining, the Board adopted a resolution to censure Norton for criticizing the ARRL Code of Conduct for Board members at an Amateur Radio […]

MSU Club Fosters World-Wide Communication and Friendship With Century Old Hobby (Michigan)

For the next few days, WKAR reporters are sharing how technology built or tested here in Michigan may change our lives. But some of the most useful technology for modern day communication is over a century old. WKAR’s Karel Vega visited a dedicated group on Michigan State University’s campus devoted to ham radio. Tucked away […]

Amateur radio operators pitch in when storms hit in the Northland (Minnesota)

When severe weather moves through the region, the National Weather Service in Duluth turns to a network of amateur radio operators to gather on-the-ground weather reports. The 15 volunteers on the Arrowhead Skywarn Response Team work in shifts at the NWS Duluth office during storms to receive on-the-ground weather observations from amateur radio operators — […]

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