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July 1971: Help from John Mullaney

July 25, 1971

Pro bono consulting engineer John H. Mullaney has flown to Nome from Gaithersburg, Maryland to supervise the installation of new high voltage filters, and KNOM resumes operation at 6:55 this morning.

Mullaney donates the entire week’s work.

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