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Next monthly meeting will be:
May 7th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Smithville Fire Station 341 Park 

We will be reviewing Maidenhead grid squares and work out a simplex drill. We will also talk about ICS training.

Road work on I-29 to begin

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Courtesy of KC Star; 

Beginning April 21, crews will rehabilitate 12 bridges along the Interstate 29 corridor between Interstates 435 and 635. The start date was delayed a day, awaiting material delivery, according to MoDOT.

The work will cause lane reductions, narrow lanes and ramp closures.

Motorists are urged to use alternate routes during the six months, including I-435 and U.S. 169.

Here is what will impact drivers:

▪ Two lanes of I-29 in each direction between Missouri 45/64th Street and 112th Street will remain open throughout the duration of the project.

▪ I-29 will be reduced to one lane in each direction at Missouri Route D/Cookingham Drive for 80 days.

▪ The ramp from eastbound Missouri 152 to southbound I-29 will close for the duration of the project.

▪ I-29 will narrow at bridge locations.

▪ There will be temporary closures on Route D/Cookingham Drive, 112th Street, Tiffany Springs Parkway, Barry Road, 72nd Street and Missouri 45/64th Street during off-peak hours.

 


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The ARRL Letter April 16, 2015

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  • ARRL, US House Members Coming Through to Support H.R. 1301
  • Amateur Radio Weather Spotters Help Track Deadly Tornadoes in North-Central Illinois
  • ARRL Member Input on Draft HF Band Plan Proposals Due By April 19
  • New iOS App Available for The ARRL Repeater Directory ®
  • Special Event Stations to Mark World Amateur Radio Day on April 18
  • Ohio ARES to Sponsor "NVIS Antenna Day"
  • Switching Power Supplies a More Common Noise Source than Power Lines, ARRL Lab Manager Says
  • 2015 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference Issues Call for Papers
  • "Thinking Day" Activity Gets Girl Scouts Thinking About Ham Radio
  • "Radio DARC" Program Debuts on Ham-Operated German Shortwave Outlet
  • Amateur Radio Organizations Join Forces to Mark Gallipoli Battle Anniversary
  • In Brief...
  • The K7RA Solar Update
  • Just Ahead in Radiosport
  • Upcoming ARRL Section, State, and Division Conventions and Events
  • To read the full letter go to:    http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2015-04-16
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    The ARRL ARES E-Letter April 15, 2015

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  • News Digest
  • TEMA AuxComm Exercise at End of Month
  • Hurricane Season 2015: D-STAR Hurricane Net a Resource
  • Hurricane Season 2015: Governor's Hurricane Conference Next Month in Orlando
  • Hurricane Season 2015: Florida Statewide Hurricane Exercise Next Month
  • Write Now: HR-1301 Has Special Significance for Emergency/Disaster Operators
  • ARES Participates in Indiana Health Care Department Exercise
  • Broadband-Hamnet Issues New Release of Firmware for Linksys and Ubiquiti
  • Letters: On-Line Training Courses Compendium
  • Feedback: Lubricating Ends of Mast Sections
  • Profiles: Connecticut Section Emergency Coordinator Wayne Gronlund, N1CLV
  • What is DMR?
  • To read the full letter go to:   www.arrl.org/FandES/field/ares-el/?issue=2015-04-15
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    The ARRL Letter April 09, 2015

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  • ARRL to FCC: Amateurs and Vehicular Radars Can Play Nicely Together on 77-81 GHz
  • World Amateur Radio Day is April 18!
  • ARRL Teachers Institutes Want to Equip Teachers to Meet the STEM Challenge
  • Amateur Radio Gear, Tools, Supplies Bound for Micronesia in Wake of Tropical Cyclone
  • ARRL Rookie Roundup Returns: SSB Event is Sunday, April 19!
  • Slow-Scan TV Transmissions from ISS Scheduled for April 11
  • TEN-TEC and Alpha Change Hands
  • Add a Scope to your Shack! Oscilloscopes for Radio AmateursNow Available from ARRL
  • WWV's 25 MHz Signal Still Going Strong After 1 Year Back on the Air
  • In Brief...
  • The K7RA Solar Update
  • Getting it Right...Side Up
  • Just Ahead in Radiosport
  • Upcoming ARRL Section, State, and Division Conventions and Events
  • To read the full letter, go to: http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2015-04-09
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    The ARRL Letter April 02, 2015

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  • The FCC's "Ham Guy," Bill Cross, W3TN, to Retire on April 3
  • Oklahoma Amateur Radio Volunteers Activate Net to Track Severe Weather
  • Puerto Rico ARES Takes Part in Caribe Wave/LANTEX 2015 Exercise
  • Utah Group Puts Broadband-Hamnet to Work for Food Project
  • Amateur Radio to Have a Presence, Special Event at Preparedness Summit 2015
  • Two More Radio Amateurs Join International Space Station Crew
  • ARISS School Contact Proposal Window Open Until April 15
  • Amateur Radio "EduTeam" Wows the Crowds at Georgia Super STEM Event
  • Amateur Radio Television Pioneer Don Miller, W9NTP, SK
  • In Brief...
  • The K7RA Solar Update
  • Just Ahead in Radiosport
  • Upcoming ARRL Section, State, and Division Conventions and Events
  • To read the full leter go to;    http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2015-04-02
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