Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs

Welcome to the digital collection of printed newsletters from the amateur radio clubs of central Oklahoma. These newsletters provide a great insight into the amateur radio community from the early 1970s to the early 2000s. These approximately 350 newsletters start in 1973 with the Mid Oklahoma Repeator Inc. (MORI) newsletters. The January 1974 newsletters of MORI and the Aeronautical Center Amateur Radio Club (ACARC) document the creation of the Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs (CORA) group. The CORA newsletter took its name from the ACARC publication, and "The Collector and Emitter" was born.

CORA would edit, assemble, print, and distribute them to the individual club members. From February 1975, CORA produced issues every month, except January 1976, straight through until the CORA board voted to cease the production of this paper newsletter on February 16th, 2002. The last printed issue was the February 2002 issue.

We've arranged these newsletters by decades, and display thumbnails of the cover pages so the issue you are interested in can be quickly located. Simply click the toolbar above, or the decades listed below:

In addition, an issue of the day is displayed here for you to start your journey. Simply click on the Issue of the Day image, to see our highlighted issue.

Help us finish this project. We're still missing 4 issues of the C&E. If you have any of the following, please contact Gary Skaggs WB5ULK to arrange for us to obtain that copy. The missing issues are:

  • June 1993
  • April 1998
  • April 1999
  • August 1999

You can learn how you can help us further document this project, by clicking on the HELP US tab. The details of this project are available by clicking on the ABOUT tab.


Highlights

Over the 28 years of newsletters, the following clubs, organizations, and events have been involved.

We'll be starting to index to a number of the newsletter highlights. If you don't see any highlights for your favorites, please start documenting them by creating a category and a description. Then email us with the year, month, and page where the highlight can be found.



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