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Local amateur radio club reaches for the sky

Hill Country Community Journal 13 Sep 2021
The Hill Country Amateur Radio Club reached a much-awaited milestone Aug ... Amateur Radio operators, known as Hams, use equipment covering ... Dozens of amateur radio operators helped the police and fire departments maintain communications in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C.
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Tim Whyte | We All Have a 9/11 Story. Here’s Mine.

The Signal 11 Sep 2021
This was an actual alarm-clock-radio, with the red digital display on the front. You could set it to wake you up with an obnoxious, jarring buzzer sound, or it could turn on the radio when it was time to get up. I had mine set to “radio.”. The radio turned on at the appointed time.
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After 2 decades, 9/11 memories remain

Rio Rancho Observer 11 Sep 2021
As each was seeking a parking spot for his van, each radioed to Grimando that he’d heard an explosion — first Richie, then Claudio ... “A good half-hour passed, and then we heard about the second plane (hitting the WTC),” he said, listening to the radio by then.
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9/11 – 20 years later: ‘Gives me chills reliving that day’

American Press 11 Sep 2021
Ted Perrodin was running late for class at McNeese that morning because he couldn’t break himself away from a radio broadcast covering the news ... As a radioman it was an extremely memorable day listening to all the radio communications ... “On my way back home, I heard it on the radio,” she said.
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Marking 9/11: Everyone pulled together

Norfolk Daily News 11 Sep 2021
Then, a little while later, the other one. Then, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania ... We had a radio on and heard them say "The towers are gone," but I couldn't comprehend until I actually saw the footage on TV ... .
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Erie County Sept. 11 service reflects on 20 years of sacrifice, remembers military personnel

Erie Times-News 11 Sep 2021
The morning of Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 began a lot like the morning of Tuesday, Sept ... From Sept ... Army 1st Sgt ... Mallory who, at the time, served in the U.S.Army Reserves while also working as a trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police. At the time of the first plane strike on the North Tower, he heard about it on the radio while driving east on U.S.
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Roanoke Times readers share their memories of 9/11

The Roanoke Times 11 Sep 2021
We watched in horror the television replays of the towers collapsing, the report of a passenger jet exploding on impact in Pennsylvania, and the calculated crash of a jet into the Pentagon ... There were no TVs in our store, but my coworkers and I listened intently to the news broadcasts on a small radio in the back produce room.
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Mark E. Pompi: 'After that day, everything changed'

The Berkshire Eagle 10 Sep 2021
My Army National Guard tank unit from Bennington, Vt., was on a late-summer camp tour of duty at Fort Drum, N.Y. It was a warm and sunny morning, a beautiful day, and we were getting our tanks ready for gunnery on the range ... We turned our radios on and listened to the chaos from NYC, then the Pentagon and later, Pennsylvania. Everything stopped ... Modal.
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Missoulian readers share 9/11 memories

Missoulian 10 Sep 2021
The radio broadcasts along I-90 and I-25 kept me company all the way to Denver ... and reports of a fourth airplane crashing in a Pennsylvania farm field at 8.03 a.m ... and Pennsylvania ... First thing I always did was turn on the computer and my radio.
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At Ground Zero, this Hoosier and his search dog 'saw the American spirit'

South Bend Tribune 09 Sep 2021
The dust covered everything, Gary Hay remembers ... This Sept. 11 marks 20 years since the U.S ... Passengers aboard the fourth hijacked plane overthrew the terrorists and crashed the jet into a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Hay said he heard the attack unfold on the radio while on the road driving a semi truck for his business ... Their first job ... ....
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"They Just Look...Pathetic." Bear Mange Surges in Virginia

Democratic Underground 05 Sep 2021
In 2018, mange surged in Pennsylvania’s black bear population, prompting research into medical treatments, disease spread, and the influence of genetic factors. That ongoing study is scheduled to wrap up this winter when the tracked bears’ radio collars are removed ... Mange reports began showing up in Pennsylvania in 1991.
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Former Pro Bowl lineman, broadcaster Ilkin dies at 63

Waco Tribune-Herald 05 Sep 2021
He was 63. The Steelers confirmed Ilkin’s passing on Saturday ... Ilkin announced in July that he was stepping away from his radio analyst duties to focus on his treatment ... Ilkin spent 23 seasons in all as part of Pittsburgh’s radio team and became well-known throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for his charitable efforts for a variety of causes ... ....
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Former Pro Bowl Steelers lineman, broadcaster Tunch Ilkin dies at 63

The Bradford Era 05 Sep 2021
He was 63. The Steelers confirmed Ilkin's passing on Saturday ... Ilkin announced in July that he was stepping away from his radio analyst duties to focus on his treatment ... Ilkin spent 23 seasons in all as part of Pittsburgh's radio team and became well-known throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for his charitable efforts for a variety of causes ... ....
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Former Pro Bowl lineman, broadcaster Tunch Ilkin dies at 63

The Scranton Times-Tribune 05 Sep 2021
He was 63. The Steelers confirmed Ilkin’s passing on Saturday ... Ilkin announced in July that he was stepping away from his radio analyst duties to focus on his treatment ... Ilkin spent 23 seasons in all as part of Pittsburgh’s radio team and became well-known throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for his charitable efforts for a variety of causes ... ....
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Former Steeler Tunch Ilkin dies at 63

The Vindicator 05 Sep 2021
He was 63 ... Ilkin announced in July that he was stepping away from his radio analyst duties to focus on his treatment ... Ilkin spent 23 seasons in all as part of Pittsburgh’s radio team and became well-known throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for his charitable efforts for a variety of causes ... May you be at peace brother.” ... NEWSLETTER ... .
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