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Heavy rains could begin to impact portions of the northern Gulf Coast on Friday.

KF5KOE - Jerry
We have learned that Jerry is now home, in Hospice Care, but resting comfortably, with his family sitting with him. His wife is also having serious issues, living in assisted care. Please include Jerry, his wife, and his family in your daily prayers as the family goes through this tough period.

Easy To Type A New Message
We do have a fillable ARRL Message form to make your composing of radiograms easier. It can be found on our Operations Page.

Ride With The Storm Chasers
Wanna take a ride with a storm chaser? Click on button, select your chaser, and you are riding in the vehicle. (Click the FULL Screen mode when on a live chaser. The map will indicate when a chaser is LIVE.)



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5/22/21-Amateurs’ Email Addresses Will Continue to Be Kept Private.

Starting on June 29, all applications filed with the FCC must include an email address for FCC correspondence. After receipt of the initial announcement that all future applications would require an email address, ARRL was concerned for the privacy of its members and requested that amateurs’ email addresses not be made public.

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Added 4/9/21
Colorado State Researchers Predict Above-Average 2021 ...

Researchers are predicting an "above-average" 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, with 17 named storms and eight hurricanes. Of those eight hurricanes, four are expected to be major, according to the Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project.

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02/03/2021 | MARS Announces Schedule of Dates for 70-Meter Interoperability
The Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) has announced dates in 2021 during which MARS members will operate on 60 meters for interoperability with the amateur radio community.


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Request from the website manager
I am in the process of creating a list of club activities such as hamfests, tailgates, etc, for 2021. Please use the contact link above and submit your club activities for our list.
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Have some ham equipment to sell or trying to find equipment or other ham related information?
Send the info to us via the above CONTACT link and we will try to help you sell it.
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 AND  1830-1930 (Evening Session) - 3873khz

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As an independent net and member of the National Traffic System (NTS),  the net passes radio traffic into and out of the state of Texas via Amateur Radio.  The net can normally be heard Monday - Saturdays  from 0830 to 0930 on 7285khz and  Monday-Saturday  from 1830-1930  on 3873khz Central time .  Our alternate night frequency is 3877khz.  In the event of an emergency event, such as tropical storms/hurricanes the net may be activated.  All amateur operators with a General Class or higher ham license are welcomed to check into the net.  We hope you enjoy your visit to the website and that you return often.  Please feel free to send us comments  about the website  by clicking on the above contact button .  OUR ALTERNATE NIGHT FREQUENCY IS 3877khz.

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