Clark County, Ohio, Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Amateur radio volunteers serving their local communities when disaster strikes.

Who We Are?

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is a corps of trained amateur radio operator volunteers organized to assist in public service and emergency communications. ARES groups are volunteer amateur radio operators who come together for the common purpose of providing emergency and/or auxiliary communications service to public safety and public service organizations. Committed to excellence through professionalism.

  • District 3 VHF Net

    Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM local on the 145.11 / 224.16 MHz (67hz tone) WCOARA repeater system.

  • Ohio HF Net

    W8SGT holds an HF net every Tuesday at 1900 (7PM) local time from the State of Ohio EOC on the frequency of 3875 KHz LSB.

  • Repeater Status

    Check the status of Clark County amateur radio repeaters here. Only significant or long-term issues will be reported.

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    Online Storm Spotter Training

    Produced in cooperation with WISH TV in Indianapolis, this NOAA online storm spotter training utilizes video and slides. Broadband connection is required.