Welcome to the "TARA NEWS", the official newsletter
of the Troy Amateur Radio Association, Inc. We have kept the layout simple
to speed up download times.
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December of 2007 the TARA NEWS was once again honored, this time by the ARRL Hudson Divison with an award for Ken Davis for "Newsletter of the Year" for 2007. This was a very prestigious award and it was presented by Frank Fallon, N2FF (ARRL Hudson Divison Director) and Joyce Birmingham, KA2ANF, (Vice Director) at our December monthly meeting in Green Island. This is just another example that the TARA NEWS is still going strong and our editor is making us all proud.
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We started experimenting with the TARA News on the world wide
web in 1997. The August '97 issue contains only a few of the articles from
the print edition. Starting in September of 1997, we included all the articles.
As 1997 continued we began to include the graphics and tried to lay out
the page similar to the print edition. So, what follows is our early work.
Thanks for taking a look.
Articles may be
submitted for publication to our editor,
K2DEJ - 607-435-7492.
Editor-in-Chief: Perry White
Editor: David Jaeger, K2DEJ - (607) 435-7492
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THE CONTENTS, ACCURACY OR READABILITY OF THIS PUBLICATION. HOWEVER BY READING
THIS NOTICE IT BECOMES THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE READER TO HELP IMPROVE
THE OPERATING PROCEDURES FOUND ON THE AIRWAYS.