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New NTX Section Website Under Development

May 17, 2017


Jay Urish W5GM was elected as the new ARRL North Texas Section Manager, and he took office on April 1 of this year.  Among Jay's top priorities in serving as section manager was a fresh, functional, and updated website.  

It took a little over a month for Jay to gain control of the domain, www.arrlntx.org.  Once the domain was transferred, he was quick to appoint Jerry Goodson W5BFF as webmaster.  Jerry was able to download most, if not all, of the legacy information that was published on the previous website.  Development has been slow starting, but great strides have been made since the conclusion of the 2017 ARRL Field Day.  Despite all of the advancements in developing the new website, there is still a lot of work left to be done.



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Section Officials to Visit 2018 Field Day Sites

Apr 29, 2018

Is your Field Day Site listed in the ARRL Field Day Locator?  If it's not, you may want to add it!

>>> http://www.arrl.org/field-day-locator <<<

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The Rocky Revival: After Action Review of Mentorfest 2017

Dec 14, 2017

The much-anticipated Mentorfest 2017 has come and gone.  As planning is underway for Mentorfest 2018, we look at the successes and failures for Mentorfest 2017.

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New NTX ARES Email Reflector Launched

Oct 9, 2017

The NTX ARES reflector that's been hosted on YaHoo! for several years will be closed down on November 10th.  Registering on the ARRL NTX Website and the new NTX ARES email reflector is easy.

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Chris Ebert NA0D Appointed Section Emergency Coordinator

Sep 19, 2017

ARRL North Texas Section Manager Jay Urish W5GM is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Ebert NA0D as the Section Emergency Coordinator.  

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Harvey Gains Hurricane Strength, Hurricane Watch and VoIP WX Nets Activate

Aug 24, 2017

In its August 24 1800 UTC update, the National Hurricane Center said Harvey was “rapidly intensifying.” It advised that preparations along the middle-Texas coast be rushed to completion.” The storm was packing maximum sustained winds of 85 MPH. It was located about 335 miles southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas, moving north-northwest at 10 MPH.

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