Welcome to the official site of the Columbia Basin Net, operating on 3960 Khz, 365 days per year. If 3960 is occupied, our backup frequencies are listed in the NCS Instructions under the Preamble link.  
Membership requirements are that you must check in at least 10 times per calendar month. Visitors are called for at the end of the member roll call and are welcome on the CBN. Starting on Wednesday, November 25, 2015, the CBN will start at 6:00 pm nightly.
Feel free to look around the website and to join us on the net some evening. We look forward to hearing you on the Columbia Basin Net.       
Thank you for stopping by!   

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Click here to download a copy of the US Amateur Bands effective March 5, 2012.
The CBN is run strictly off your donations. If you wish to make a donation, please send it to our Secretary/Treasurer, Dan/KD7ITP. He is good on QRZ. If you have already made a donation, the CBN thanks you.
Did you know:
The American Legion has its own Amateur Radio Club? Click here for more information.
Jon/K7WNE out of Port Orchard is currently undergoing radiation treatments and is in a rehabilitaion center. He would love to hear from you if you have a few minutes to call him. His number is 360-876-8035 and he is in Room 1.
His personal cell is 206-919-7784.
We recently learned that Gene/NL7ZM, a former roster member out of Ephrata is now in an assisted living center in Chugiak, AK. Gene had a stroke and is paralyzed on his left side. He has a lot of time on his hands and would enjoy hearing from his ham radio friends. His number is
907-688-2283 or drop him a line at:
Box 670030
Chugiak, AK.  99567
Our annual CBN/NWSSB picnic will be held on Sunday, June 12, at Blue Heron Park in Moses Lake, WA. from 10 am to 2 pm. It will be a potluck. The CBN will provide hot dogs, condiments, eating utensils, and ice cream. Please bring a comfortable chair,  a non-alcoholic beverage of your choice, and a dish to share. Hope you can make it!!
We regret to inform you that Don/N7DY from Vancouver, WA. has become a Silent Key.