Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 2071 for Friday, July 7, 2017

  • CONVICTION IN ILLINOIS HAM'S KILLING
  • NEW FCC COMMISSIONER NOMINATED
  • BRIGHT TIME FOR LIGHTHOUSE ON PEI
  • LIGHTHOUSE-LIGHTSHIP WEEKEND REGISTRATION GROWS
  • HAM CLUB IN UK FIGHTS FOR SURVIVAL
  • ADVENTURE CONTINUES FOR AMELIA EARHART TRIBUTE PILOT
  • WORLD RADIOSPORT TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP PASSES TEST
  • WORLD OF DX
  • MORSE CODE IN A NEW DIMENSION

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 2070 for Friday, June 30, 2017

  • SETTING THE STAGE FOR NEW ZEALAND SATELLITE
  • SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT FOR HAMS IN WEST BENGAL
  • MUSEUM-QUALITY QSOs IN TENNESSEE
  • JAKARTA PREPS FOR AMATEUR RADIO FAIR
  • 100-YEAR-OLD MILWAUKEE CLUB IS AN "OM" AMONG OMs
  • 2 WEEKS TO NATIONAL SCOUT JAMBOREE
  • WORLD OF DX
  • REPLACING A CW FIST WITH A WRIST

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 2068 for Friday, June 16, 2017

  • HAMS MOBILIZE AMID SOUTH AFRICA'S WILDFIRES
  • HAMS ACTIVATED AFTER GUATEMALA QUAKE
  • AT FIRE DEPT., HAM RADIO TO THE RESCUE
  • FCC GETS TOUGH ON RF TESTING
  • IN JAMAICA, NO REMORSE OVER MORSE
  • STILLWATER HAMS MARK 25 YEARS
  • K2BSA GETS BUSY AS SUMMER STARTS
  • WORLD OF DX
  • THIS CHICKEN SANDWICH IS OUT TO LAUNCH

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