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Posted: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 10:30 pm

When four young members of the Pacific Police Explorers Club signed up to take classes for the amateur radio federal license exam, Keith Wilson, Franklin County deputy emergency management director, said it was it was a good day for amateur radio.

Even though the classes, sponsored by the Eureka Fire Protection District and held in the district training center on Route 66, was filled with professionals in the emergency field, Wilson said the interest of the young people is vital to the future of amateur radio.

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