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Category Archives: ARES


The all-new 147.225+ (162.2) Minneapolis repeater is on the air! The addition of this repeater gives wide-area two-meter access to K-Link in Ottawa and Saline counties for the first time, and also covers Lincoln and much of Mitchell and Ellsworth Read more…


On June 25, 2016, members of the Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club Participated in the ARRL Field Day 2016 at the picturesque Bohemian Hall, South of Glasco, KS. Although the day started out partly cloudy and breeze, the evening house brought much Read more…


On June 6, 2016, the Mitchell County Commissioners unanimously voted to make June 20th to June 25th as Amateur Radio Week in Mitchell County and signed a Proclamation to that affect. They also showed interest in Ham Radio and stated Read more…


As we head into another season of storms and severe weather, please remember a few basic points: Skywarn Net Controllers: Please take a moment to log into your NWS Chat account and make sure you remember (or have reset) your password, Read more…


  The Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club is proud to take part in the ARRL sponsored Field Day 2016, on June 25th starting at 10am! We will be using our Emergency Communications trailer and Amateur Radio equipment to make contacts with other Read more…


It’s once again the time of year for brushing up on Storm Spotting skills. The various offices of the National Weather Service will be posting their spotter talk locations and times. Below are links to the offices that serve the K-Link Read more…


Saturday July 25, 2015 – The K-Link network joined the Central Region Intertie System to create a truly regional powerhouse link system for the ARES net on Saturday evening.  There were 37 check-ins spanning about 55 repeaters across Kansas, Nebraska, Read more…