To the editor:

Public radio listeners in White Pine County might like to know that KNPR is once again on the air in White Pine County.  The antenna on Kimberly Peak was damaged by falling ice this past winter, and the maintenance crew was unable to reach the antenna to make temporary repairs to the antenna until a few days ago.  Phil Burger, maintenance chief for KNPR, said that the antenna will be replaced later on this summer (a $10,000 expense) but that for now the station is back on the air using the repaired equipment.

Susan Wetmore

Baker, NV