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Sep 27 2011
The KMXT Midday Report PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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            On the KMXT Midday Report, it was a successful launch this morning of a military rocket from Kodiak's Narrow Cape; a Kodiak scientist details the fisheries science program he's developed for high school students; we tell you where and how you can find low cost legal advice, and the Alutiiq Museum kicks off its indigenous foods project.

 
Sep 27 2011
Native Food Program Holds First Monthly Gathering PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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            The Alutiiq Museum is moving forward with a project that will help preserve indigenous knowledge of local food resources and integrate that information with modern preservation techniques. April Laktonen Councellor and Danielle Ringer both work at the museum and are involved with the Alutiiq Wild Foods project. In an interview last week with KMXT's Matthew Martens, Laktonen Councellor says that the program is aimed at young people who might not have access to information about traditional hunting and gathering methods.

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Sep 27 2011
Alaska Bar President Meets With Kodiak Legal Community on Access to Justice PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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            Representatives from the Alaska Bar Association were in town last week to touch base with local legal professionals. The meetings with Kodiak's lawyers helps the ABA understand Kodiak's unique legal landscape. A theme during the visit was what ABA Board President Donald McClintock called "access to justice."

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Sep 27 2011
Local Seafood Scientist Presents Program at Dillingham Conference PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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            The Arctic Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science met in Dillingham late last week. Among them was a Kodiak professor who gave a presentation on the seafood technology class for high schoolers that he is involved with.

            Brian Himmelbloom is the associate professor of seafood microbiology at the Fisheries Industrial Technology Center in Kodiak

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Sep 26 2011
Three Arson Fires Set Saturday Morning PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 September 2011

baseball_arson.jpegDark Lake ballfield dug out on fire. Kodiak Police Department photo

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           It was a busy Saturday morning for the Bayside Volunteer Fire Department, which had to respond to three suspicious fires on the east end of town.

           Alaska State Trooper Brian Mitchell said the first fire, a bus stop on Monashka Bay Road, was reported just before 6 a.m. The second fire reported, just after 7 a.m., was a 1994 Chevy Blazer that was burning on Antone Way. It was also a total loss. The third fire was a dugout at the Dark Lake ball field, which also was considered a total loss.

           Though reported at 10:15, Kodiak Police Chief T.C. Kamai said in a press release that investigators are speculating the dugout fire was started earlier in the morning and smoldered for some time before fully igniting.

           Total damage estimate for all three fires is $7,000. No injuries were reported. Kodiak Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the three suspicious fires.

            Bayside Fire Chief Bob Himes said he could not say if Saturday’s spree was related to a series of arson fires during 2008 in those same general areas.

 
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