Nicholas Stone, callsign KF5LKW, son of Scott and Shelly Stone, passed the Amateur Radio Extra Class exam Saturday, June 25, at the age of 13, earning himself the top license in amateur radio. He passed the test at the Field Day exhibition in Harrison, also expressing his gratitude to the volunteer examiners who administered the test on site. His ham radio license was issued by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C. Stone is a member of the North Arkansas Amateur Radio Society and enjoys talking with others world-wide via ham radio.
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