Barron County Amateur Radio Association Inc. Thursday night net @ 7PM check-ins on 146.715 with a PL tone of 110.9 located in Barron Wisconsin, all ham operators are welcome to check in to this amateur radio net. From time to time we do run a net on our backup 440 repeater located in Dallas Wisconsin on 443.650 with a DCS tone of 351. Net Control Script for our ham operators running the net.

VHF | 146.715 | 08/17/2017

No.NameCall SignNotes
1EugeneW9EEHNet Control
2BlakeKD9HDR
3MarioKD9MAR
4RyanKD9HSC
5ChadKD9HDC
6MikeK9MLSARES/RACES/SKYWARN
7PaulKB9TYCARES/RACES/SKYWARN

VHF | 146.715 | 08/10/2017

No.Call SignNet ControlEmergency Services
1W9EEH*
2KD9DFBARES/RACES
3WB9PRI
4KD9MAR
5KD9BSO
6K9MLSARES/RACES

VHF | 146.715 | 07/27/2017

No.Call SignNet ControlEmergency Services
1W9EEH*
2AC9RAARES/RACES

VHF | 146.715 | 07/20/2017

No.Call SignNet ControlEmergency Services
1W9EEH*
2KD9DHBARES/RACES
3KB9TYCARES/RACES

VHF | 146.715 | 07/13/2017

No.Call SignNet ControlEmergency Services
1W9EEH*
2KD9DHBARES/RACES
3K9MLSARES/RACES
4AC9RAARES/RACES
5KC9JIKARES/RACES

VHF | 146.715 | 07/06/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1KC9JIK**
2KD9HDR
3KD9HSC
4WB9PRI
5KD9DFB*
6KD9HDC
7KC9KIH*
8K9MLS*
9KA9GNG
10KB9TYC*
11W9EEH

VHF | 146.715 | 06/29/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1KC9JIK**
2KD9DHB*
3K9MLS*
4KD9DFB*
5W9EEH
6KC9KIH*
7KD9HDR
8KA9GNG

VHF | 146.715 | 06/22/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1K9MLS**
2KD9MAR
3KA9GVL
4KC9KIH*
5W9EEH
6KC9JIK*
7KD9HDR
8KD9HDC

VHF | 146.715 | 06/15/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1KC9JIK**
2KD9DFB*
3KA9GNG
4K9MLS*
5W9EEH
6KC9LZD*

VHF | 146.715 | 06/08/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1K9MLS**
2KD9HDR
3KD9HSC
4KC9KIH*
5W9EEH

VHF | 146.715 | 05/25/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlEmergency Services
1KC9JIK**
2KD9DFB*
3KC9LZW*
4K9MLS*
5KD9HSC
6KD9MAR

VHF | 146.715 | 05/18/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1K9MLS**
2KD9DHB*
3KD9HDC
4KD9HSC
5KC9KIH*
6KC9LZW*
7KC9NVV*
8W9EEH
9KD9FHC*

VHF | 146.715 | 05/11/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KD9DFB**
2KD9HDR
3KB9TYC*
4KD9HDC
5K9MLS*

VHF | 146.715 | 05/04/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KD9DFB**
2KC9KIH
3KD9HSC
4WB9PRI
5KB9TYC*
6K9MLS*
7KA9GVL

VHF | 146.715 | 04/20/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2AC9KH
3KD9BSO
4KD9DBF*
5KD9HSC
6WBØPTO
7KB9TYC*
8K9MLS*
9WB9PRI

VHF | 146.715 | 04/13/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2K9MLS*
3KD9HSC
4AC9JU
5KD9DFB*
6WBØPTO

VHF | 146.715 | 03/30/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1K9MLS**
2KD9HDR
3KD9HTC
4KC9JIK*
5KB9TYC*
6KD9DFB
7W9EEH

VHF | 146.715 | 03/23/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2KD9HTC
3KD9HSC
4K9MLS*
5N9DIW
6W9EEH
7KD6TWC
8KB9TYC*

VHF | 146.715 | 03/16/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2HD9HDC
3KD9DFB
4KD9HSC
5KD9HDR
6K9MLS*
7W9EEH

VHF | 146.715 | 03/09/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2K9MLS*
3WB0PTO
4KD9DFB
5W9EEH
6AB9AC
7AC9LG*
8KB9OBF

VHF | 146.715 | 03/02/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2KD9HDR
3KD9FHC*
4AC9LG*
5KD9HDC
6KB9TYC*
7K9MLS*
8KD9DFB*

VHF | 146.715 | 02/23/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2KD9HSC
3K9MLS*
4KB9TYC*
5W9EEH
6K0AAY
7AB9AC

VHF | 146.715 | 02/16/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2KD9HSC
3NL7QC
4K9MLS*
5KD9DFB*
6W9EEH
7KC9WUO
8KC9BH

UHF | 443.650 | 2/9/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2K9MLS*
3AC9KH
4KD9DFB*

UHF | 443.650 | 1/26/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KC9JIK**
2AC9KH
3KD9HDC
4K9MLS*
5KB9TYC*

VHF | 146.715 | 01/05/2017

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1K9MLS**
2KB9TYC*
3NL7QC
4KC9KIH
5KD9DFB*
6KD9HDC
7KD9HDR

VHF | 146.715 | 12/22/2016

No.CallsignNet ControlARES / RACES
1KB9TYC**
2KD9DHB
3K9MLS*
4W9EEH
5KA9OMC

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