It took a semi-truck (driven by Don and several friends) to bring the transmitter to Alaska. The antennas for both the FM and TV transmitters are on Ester Dome.
Dick Olson, president of Calvary’s Northern Lights Mission and the present station manager, told me that waste heat from the 50,000-watt transmitter (with hot-burning vacuum tubes) provided heat for the entire building. Regarding the tower for the TV antenna, it was trucked to Alaska in two sections, both strapped to a 50-foot long semi-trailer.
Pyeongchang is a small city in the mountains of South Korea, host to the XXIII Olympic Winter Games on Feb. Tickets and accommodation packages are on sale, exclusive of airfare, through the official U. Face the chilly challenge prepared with all the essential clothing, equipment, and gear and go to the right places to be rewarded with plenty of fish.
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Diners find such menu favorites as steak and potatoes, mac and cheese, burgers and fries, and old fashioned baked pies. As much a skill as it is a sport, ice fishing isn't for the faint of heart.
Local homesteader David Ainley donated land for the radio station.
When that plan fell through, he and Gen decided to build a radio station instead, and so, KJNP (King Jesus North Pole) was born.Don and Genevieve (Gen) Nelson, the station’s founders, came to Alaska in 1956 as missionaries based at Stevens Village, a small Athabascan community along the Yukon River northwest of Fairbanks.Don was a Bush pilot, and he and Gen flew regularly to nearby communities to hold services.Combined with the online platform, martinoticias.com, the Martís are a one-of-a-kind service that brings unbiased, objective information to all Cubans.The Broadcasting Room, also known as CAM 7, is a location of the game Five Nights at Treasure Island: Found and the Creepypasta Abandoned By Disney.