Meeting Notes for 3-11-2017

March 11th, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Members present elected officers for 2017

President               Trevor KC0QLU

Vice-President      Richard KD0VVY

Secretary               Brian KC0YEJ

Treasurer              Blair NF0L


Club is looking for member input to increase member participation on weekly nets and monthly meetings.

Need input for monthly presentations after regular business meetings

Need net control operators for weekly nets and ideas for discussions during nets. ex. weather, projects, events, etc.

Do we need to change location/time or day of week for meetings and/or nets?

Anyone with ideas or suggestions please send them to






March 11 2017 Meeting

March 10th, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Reminder that the clubs monthly meeting is tomorrow 9am at Cameron PD or if room is not available we will move to a local eating establishment.

Monthly Meeting Feb. 11th 2017

February 3rd, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Reminder of the club meeting February 11th 9am at the City of Cameron Public Safety building.
Please remember to park across the street in the gravel lot so we don’t block emergency services from responding to calls.

Winter Weather Jan. 12-16th

January 11th, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

With the winter weather forecast for the next 3-5 days this is just a reminder for everyone to monitor local repeaters as well as 146.52 simplex for any assistance that may be needed.

For up to date list of repeaters that are linked in the NWMO area please see the Frequencies tab of the website.

Also for those with HF radios it would also be a good idea to monitor 3.963 LSB for any state-wide emergency and/or assistance needed. The back-up Daytime frequency is 7.263 LSB.




WIRES-X on Plattsburg Repeater

January 6th, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Thanks to a donation from a couple members we now have WIRES-X available to those using WIRES-X capable radios. The repeater is in AMS mode so analog users are still able to use the repeater. As of now the node is set to the NWMOARES-ROOM so that other nodes and rooms can connect to it.


If you have WIRES-X capabilities feel free to try it out and report your experience. We plan to have a demonstration at our meeting Jan. 14th at the Cameron EOC to show how it works.


Several members have been successful in linking to other nodes. There are now 3 WIRES-X repeaters in the NWMO area.

Walk 4 HD Operators Needed!

September 27th, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

The NWMO ARES Group has supported for the last several years the WALK 4 HD in Liberty, MO. We are looking for more operators to assist again this year. It is Oct. 8th at the Liberty Community Center in Liberty, MO and begins at 7am and is usually over by 12:00p. Requirements are a reflective vest and a handheld radio. This is a very easy event and no traffic control is needed. There is a live auction after the event as well as silent auction and raffles.

If you can assist with this great cause contact kc0qlu at nwmoares dot org.


Osborn 2M Repeater Antenna

September 23rd, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

NWMO ARES® member, KC0QLU, met with the tower climbers today at the Osborn tower site. They replaced the 2M antenna with the new antenna the group purchased last year. This puts the repeater back on a DB224 antenna and should put it’s coverage back to what is used to be. Please feel free to try it out and send signal reports to kc0qlu at NWMOARES dot org.

The 2M frequency is 145.150- pl 107.2

Hurricane Watch Net Active

September 1st, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

For more info see the Hurricane Watch Net Website at:
Hurricane Watch Net Activation Plans

(UPDATE: Thursday, September 1, 2016 11:30 AM EDT – 1530 UTC)

Due to poor propagation on 20 meters, the Hurricane Watch Net will begin operations on 7.268 MHz at 11:00 AM CDT – 1600 UTC. Operations on 14.325 MHz will continue for as long a propagation last. To clarify, the Hurricane Watch Net will be operating on both 14.325 MHz and 7.268 MHz at 11:00 AM CDT – 1600 UTC and remain in operation until further notice. Any change to this plan will be noted on our website, and the amateur radio media.

Thank you for your support and understanding!

Bobby Graves
HWN Net Manager

Big Bam Day 2

June 14th, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Quick update for Day 2. Caldwell County ARES, Livingston ARES and operator KC0QLU at the Region H MACC provided comm’s and SA for the event as well as hydration to riders from 6am to approx. 4pm. Great job by all involved and looking forward to Day 3.

Big Bam Day 1

June 12th, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Just a quick update and thank you to all involved with the Big Bam ride today. Operators from MoValley ARC, NWMOARES and Caldwell county volunteered over 175 man hours today alone! We still have 2 more days of operations!