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Summer Section Manager Election Results Announced:
by W1AW Bulletin via the ARRL on August 24, 2016
Two incumbent Section Managers were declared re-elected in balloted elections that concluded on August 23, when ballots were counted at ARRL Headquarters.

Amateur Radio Emergency Frequencies for Earthquake Response in Italy:
by dxnews.com on August 24, 2016
Earthquake Italy -- Italian Radio Amateurs are conducting emergency traffic on the Amateur Radio Bands. Please keep the following frequencies clear for Emergency traffic: 7060 plus/minus 10 kc. 7045 - 6990. 3643.5 Network of Prefectures: Voice 7045, 3643 PSK 31 6990, 3580.

Crestview to Partner with Radio Club for Emergency Communications Services:
by crestviewbulletin.com on August 24, 2016
CRESTVIEW -- Emergency communications will be maintained during a future storm that knocks down radio or cellular phone antenna if the City Council approves a memorandum of understanding with local ham operators. And it wouldn't cost taxpayers a cent. At the invitation of Councilman JB Whitten, who observed the North Okaloosa Amateur Radio Club in action during its recent field day, club President Ron Mahn presented information about its communications capabilities at a Monday evening council workshop. "In the event of any emergency call-up from (Okaloosa County) emergency services, they'll bring up one or more of our members," Mahn said.

Special Centennial Event at Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve:
by emporiagazette.com on August 24, 2016
STRONG CITY -- Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is hosting the upcoming special event, Voices of the Past, from 10 a.m. -- 4 p.m. on Saturday. The day will be filled with family-friendly activities including special speakers, ham radio operators, living history characters, Picnic in the Park and the unveiling of the preserve’s Centennial quilt created by the Flint Hills Quilt Guilds and local Chase County quilters. Free birthday cake and lemonade will be served at 1 p.m. All activities share in the central theme of the day -- celebrating Voices of the Past -- and are free to the public. Throughout the day, guests can listen and participate with local ham radio operators as voices from all over the world communicate through this “old school” technology.

Legacy of Memories: As Curtain Comes Down, Hara's Smaller Moments Ring True
by mydaytondailynews.com on August 24, 2016
When shovels dug into the Trotwood ground in 1963 to expand the Wampler Ballarena, the new facility needed a name. Brothers Harold and Ralph Wampler came up with a simple solution: Take the first two letters of their first names. Since, Hara has been a household name in the region (and, in its heyday, the entire entertainment industry). Adding onto the dance hall built in 1956, the facility grew into a six-building complex that served as a convention, exposition and sports center on Shiloh Springs Road in Trotwood. When it opened in 1964, a whole new world of entertainment opened to the community. “It is a shame we have had to go to Cincinnati and Troy to enjoy the facilities these boys are putting up here,” said Harry Kiefaber, a Montgomery County commissioner, at the groundbreaking. After more than six decades of business, the iconic venue will host its last event - a comic and toy show - on Saturday. Announcement of the closure inspired recollections across the region. Thousands have sung along with a favorite band, cheered for their team and commemorated special events at Hara Arena.

After Nearly Two Years, NASA Regains Contact with Lost Spacecraft:
by techcrunch.com on August 24, 2016
After attempting to regain contact for nearly two years, NASA has finally reestablished communications with the sun-studying satellite, STEREO-B. At 6:27 p.m. ET, NASA received a downlink signal from the spacecraft using the ground-based communication antennas in the Deep Space Network. STEREO-B is one of two spacecraft that orbit the sun and make up the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (or STEREO) mission. STEREO-Ahead (STEREO-A) orbits slightly closer to the Sun than the Earth, and STEREO-Behind (STEREO-B) orbits at a farther distance from the Sun than the Earth. Together, they provide NASA with unprecedented views of the far side of the Sun.

Ham Talk Live #28 -- Ward Silver, N0AX:
by D Neil Rapp (WB9VPG) on August 23, 2016
Tune in on Thursday night at hamtalklive.com at 9 pm Eastern to hear from Ward Silver, N0AX, the President of the YASME Foundation and member of the Spurious Emissions Band.

ETH032 -- What is Going On Lately?
by Curtis Mohr (K5CLM) on August 23, 2016
In this episode of the Everything Ham Radio Podcast we talk about what in the world has been going on lately in the US lately.

Tuesday on Amateur Radio Roundtable:
by Katie Allen (WY7YL) on August 23, 2016
Tonight our show has a special guest, Lt Governor of Kentucky, Jenean Hampton, K5EIB. She will share her ham radio experience and views on the importance of ham radio public service in a chat with Katie Allen, WY7YL.

Make a 5 Year Old's Day:
by KING 5 News on August 23, 2016
Here's a good cause for a QSL card.

Easton Amateur Radio Society Marks Coast Guard Anniversary:
by dorchesterbanner.com on August 23, 2016
BALTIMORE -- On Aug. 4, the United States Coast Guard celebrated the 226th anniversary of its founding. On Aug. 4, 1790 the U.S. Treasury Department created the Revenue Cutter Service to enforce newly-created tariffs on the high seas. Until the U.S. Navy was created in 1794, it was the only U.S. military maritime presence. It’s name was changed to the U.S. Coast Guard in 1915 and it is the oldest continuous United States military sea service. bThe Coast Guard has seen action in every major U.S. military action since the War of 1812. Today the mission of the U.S. Coast Guard includes search and rescue, coastal security, drug and migrant interdiction, marine environmental protection, maritime safety, enforcement of U.S. maritime regulations, and military action when necessary. The Easton Amateur Radio Society commemorated this occasion by operating a Special Event Station aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Taney, located at Pier 5 at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore. The station operated under the call sign W3T from the radio room of the Taney and communicated with other Amateur Radio Stations all over the United States, Canada, and Europe. Operating from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 231 Amateur stations were contacted.

Discussion with Ron Smith - Red River Radio Amateurs - Oil Pipeline Safety:
by prairiepublic.org on August 23, 2016
Monday, August 22 -- Ron Smith is our go-to guy for lawn and garden questions. Turns out, he knows a lot about wine, too. He shares the history and horticulture of wine. -- In bad weather conditions, amateur ‘ham’ radio operators can fill an important role supporting the media. We’ll hear about this helpful hobby from Gurnee Bridgman and Kent Olson of Red River Radio Amateurs. -- For Inside Energy, Reid Frazier reports on oil pipeline safety.

Happy 20th Birthday to FO-29!
by amsat.org on August 22, 2016
Happy 20th Birthday to Fuji-OSCAR 29! FO-29, known as JAS-2 (Japan Amateur Satellite number two) prior to launch, was built by the Japan Amateur Radio League and launched on August 17, 1996 from Tanegashima Space Center on an H-II launch vehicle into a 1,323 km x 800 km orbit with an inclination of 98.5 degrees. In addition to a 100 kHz wide analog Mode V/u (JA) transponder, the satellite also includes a packet BBS and digitalker. While the packet BBS and digitalker are non-functional, the analog transponder continues to provide excellent service to the present day.

Amateur Radio Newsline Headlines for Ham Nation:
by James Pastorfield (KB7TBT) on August 21, 2016
Amateur Radio Newsline headlines for Ham Nation. August 24, 2016.

RSGB Writes to Ofcom Regarding Problems with New Licensing System:
by RSGB on August 21, 2016
Many UK radio amateurs will be aware that there have been problems with the new Ofcom licensing system. Following numerous complaints from members, RSGB Board members have been in almost daily contact with Ofcom senior staff. Unfortunately, we continue to receive complaints and the Society has become frustrated at the continued lack of progress.


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