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All licensed operators welcome on the 146.61- repeater.
103.5PL   Newton, KS


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For more information on ARES, please visit the ARES web site. Also, visit the Wichita, KS SKYWARN site to learn more on becoming active in severe weather.


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MONTHLY MEETING LOCATION
The Newton Amateur Radio Club meets the 3rd Tuesday evening of each month
at 7:00pm at the Newton Public Library in the Board Room.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting rooms are closed!
The Board Room is located in the basement. An elevator is avalable.
The Library is located at 720 N. Oak. All are welcome to join us.



Upcoming Club and Communications Activities
September 15
7:00PM
Newton ARC Meeting - Camp Hawk
September 19
8:30AM
Virtual MCC Flatlander
October 11
1:00PM
Falun Classic
October 20
7:00PM
Newton ARC Meeting - Location TBD
November 17
7:00PM
Newton ARC Meeting - Location TBD

Updated
There is a local net on the Newton 146.61 Repeater
Listen Sunday evening at 0000UTC 7:00PMCDT 1900h

The Newton repeater is no longer linked full time to K-Link
It can be linked during severe weather outbreaks

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Newton 146.61 Repeater  Upgrade September 2016
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Repeater Distance Approximation
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Repeater location coverage map
This is representation, not actual coverage.
An actual coverage map, courtesy of NV8Q

The Newton Repeater is part of the K-Link network system of 33 repeaters
making it possible to talk Clear across Kansas. If you would like to assist by
donating funds for this system, please visit the K-Link Repeater web site.

March 13th 1990 - The "Hesston" Tornado
30th Anniversary of The Hesston Tornado


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The April 14, 2012 Tornado outbreak put the K-Link System to the stress test. Thanks to John, KR0L, Harvey, W0HGJ, for taking reports, Justin, NV8Q for splitting the link system into 2 separate networks as both sides of I-70 were tested. Many SKYWARN® ham radio operators, SKYWARN® home spotters, wall-to-wall TV coverage, independent spotters, TV and radio storm spotters saved many lives with a total of 24 supercell tornadoes reported in OK, KS, NE, & IA.



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