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New Repeaters. 

We have purchased two Yaesu System Fusion C4FM repeaters. 

One will replace the existing Ripley repeater. 

The other will be installed at a new site in Southern Jackson county.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Massive search for missing 3-year-old Jackson County boy.

MAY 15 2018

A missing 3-year-old Jackson County boy has been found safe.

Search crews located Makilynn Cole Berry on Tuesday morning. The boy walked away from his home on Bonny Knob Lane about 7:15 p.m. Monday. A massive search had been under way to locate the boy. Investigators said they estimated there were anywhere between 400 to 500 people searching for the boy since Monday evening.

"The number of troopers, city officers, county officers, volunteers, firemen from probably close to every county in the state. I couldn't even come close mentioning everybody, let alone the civilians. I'm going to guess we've had 400-500 people up there since 8 o'clock last night," Jackson County Sheriff Tony Boggs said. Boggs said a family located the missing child in a hay field in the Savannah Oaks subdivision about three miles from his home. Boggs said the boy looks "good, looks healthy and looks happy."

Neighbors had been searching for the boy. "This is the best response and best outcome of any search I've been involved with," Boggs said. Investigators said it appears the boy wandered from the home.

"I think it was truly one of those moments that we've all been capable of having. You turn your head and then 'uh oh.' And it appears that that's what this is. And again, it took us a long time, but the conclusion was exactly what we were looking for," the sheriff said.

 

The Jackson County Amateur Radio Club provided assistance for the search effort. Four club members were on scene in Kenna: Ed Osborne KC8HXA, and Kenny Reed KD8ZRA, were assigned to the search effort. Larry Cook KC8ZRE, and Randy Barr N8RJ, were at the Kenna VFD pre-staging area, receiving donations of food and water and providing info to the public and volunteers as they arrived.

 

 

 


 

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