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Mar 16 2011
Port Lions Defend Basketball Title, Defeat Kivalina 46-37 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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            Celebrations are in order for Port Lions after the high school girls basketball team defended their state championship. The Kings defeated Kivalina's Wolverines 46-37 at the Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage.

            Listen for a full report during tomorrow's morning news and midday and evening reports.

 
Mar 16 2011
Port Lion Girls in Championship Game this Afternoon PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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            The Port Lion Kings are looking to repeat as 1-A state basketball champions. They'll have a chance to defend their crown in the title game this afternoon.

            The Kings needed overtime on Monday to get past Alak 58-55 in their opening round game.

            Port Lions downed Kwethluk 40-35 yesterday in semi-final action to advance.

            The Kings, who are the defending state champions, will play Kivalina at 3:30 this afternoon at the Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage. Kivilina advanced by downing Aniak 36-28 in their semi-final.

            We'll have the final score for you on our evening newscast and here on the web.

 
Mar 16 2011
Eco-Think Tank Proposes Community Catch Shares PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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            A plan for community catch share programs in fisheries nationwide was unveiled in Washington D.C. by a panel of fishermen and environmentalists Tuesday morning. Brought together by Eco-Trust, an environmental investment think-tank based in Oregon, the National Panel on Community Dimensions of Fisheries Catch Share Programs sought to present a framework on how communities can benefit from catch-share fisheries management. KMXT's Jay Barrett has more.

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Mar 16 2011
Salmon Weir Funding Up in the Air, Commissioner Campbell Gaining Support PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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            Alaska's House of Representatives has earmarked $467,500 to fund Kodiak Island salmon counting stations on weirs and reestablish sampling programs for juvenile sockeye in Karluk and Frazier Lake.

            The funds passed the House this week and are headed for the Senate.

            Senate President Gary Stevens of Kodiak says he supports the funding for Alaska Department of Fish and Game. But during a press briefing Tuesday others were less committal.

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Mar 16 2011
Senate Cool on Aerospace Funding Request PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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            An increase in state funding for the Alaska Aerospace Corporation remains uncertain with key legislators remaining noncommittal. The state-owned corporation has requested $10 million in operating funds from the legislature, far more than the $4 million requested by Governor Sean Parnell. But so far there hasn't been much support in the legislature to increase this amount.

            At a Tuesday meeting of the Senate Finance Committee, a legislative aide to Sen. Lesil McGuire says the Military and Veterans Affairs subcommittee isn't ready to endorse the funding request.

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