2016 Ham of the Year
On Thursday, May 5, members and guests met to honor the 2016 Ham of the Year. After dinner and fellowship, IARC President Bill Martin - N8TQ honored Harry Mains - N8XMI as the 2016 Ham of the Year.
Mr. Martin thanked Harry for his service and dedication to amateur radio. Harry is the current Treasurer of the InterCity Amateur Radio Club.
In attendance at the banquet were 13 past Hams of the Year.
“Paperless” Amateur Radio License Policy
Beginning February 17, the FCC will no longer automatically mail a printed copy of your Amateur Radio License. The Commission has maintained for some time now that the official Amateur Radio license authorization is the electronic record that exists in its Universal Licensing System (ULS). However, they have continued to mail a hard copy of the license.
Read more about the new FCC policy on the ARRL Website - Paperless License
Downtown Receive Site
The antennas have been installed for the downtown K8RT receive site. There is still a lot more work to be done, but the outside work is complete.
Richland County Tornado Siren Locations
The Richland County EMA office has provided a listing of the tornado sirens located in Richland County.
Sirens are tested on the last Wednesday of each month at 4pm. Please report non-functioning sirens to Danny Bailey - KB8STK.
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