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Sep 06 2011
Larsen Bay Cannery is 100 This Year PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 September 2011

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Seine nets stacked on the dock of the Larsen Bay Cannery, which turned 100 years old this year. NOAA photo

 

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            This summer marked 100 years of operation for the Larsen Bay cannery. KMXT's Brianna Gibbs has this history of the century old fish processing plant.

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Sep 06 2011
Bears Playoff Hopes Endangered with Loss to Homer PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 September 2011

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            The Kodiak High School Bears football team reportedly had a rough ferry ride into Homer on Friday, and wound up having a rough game against the Mariners on Saturday, losing 34-0.

            The Bears are now 2-1 overall AND in the Northern Lights Conference.

            Elsewhere in the conference, Kenai lost to North Pole 52-29, Soldotna downed Eielson 62-12 and Skyview blanked Houston 45-0.

 

            Meanwhile, Kodiak runners competed in Port Lions. Senior Jordan Fogle and Sophomore Isabelle Hiner picked up their first high school cross country victories at the Port Lions XC Invitational

            Coach Marcus Dunbar says Fogle took command in the last mile and held off freshman Levi Thomet by four seconds for the win in 18-minutes 12-seconds.

            Hiner led from wire-to-wire for a 33-second win in 23-minutes 35-seconds, while shaving a minute off her personal best time in the five-kilometer race.

            Joe Kewan was the top Port Lions boy, placing 19th in 28 minutes and Chandra Christainsen was the top Port Lions girl, finishing in 12th in 25-minutes 26-seconds.

 

            At the Kodiak pool, the Bears earned a split against Anchorage’s Dimond High School in swimming and diving.

           On Friday the Kodiak girls won 99 to 86, while on Saturday, the were victorious 101 to 84. Meanwhile the Kodiak boys lost to Dimond by identical scores both days, 103 to 73.

 

 
Sep 02 2011
A Minor Miracle Transforms Family's Life in New Kaplan Novel PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 September 2011

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            Everyone knows the Biblical story of how God came to Moses in the form of a burning bush to inform him he must lead the Israelites out of Egypt and into the Promised Land. A new novel by Kodiak author Dave Kaplan puts a modern twist on that tale on a much smaller scale: Protagonist Leo Brotsky, who runs the family delicatessen in Hoboken, New Jersey, is told by God - through a burning bush - to lead his family to the promised land of Boca Raton, Florida. Kaplan talked about the book Tuesday on KMXT's Talk of the Rock with Jay Barrett.

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Sep 02 2011
Assembly Action Paves Way for Several Projects PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 September 2011

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            The community of Ouzinkie could soon have high speed Internet access and cell phones. The Road's End could soon have its liquor license. And the part of the high school could be heated by holes in the ground.

             Those were just some of the things that could result thanks to action taken last night by the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly. KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

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Sep 01 2011
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 September 2011

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afr_logo_salmon-25-years.jpgComing up this week: As Alaska's salmon season winds down, it's apparent the statewide catch won't equal projections - EXCEPT, in Southeast where they're breaking records; Some Pollock B fishermen are taking a break in the middle of the season; and what fishermen's wives like and don't like about their husbands going to sea. We had help from KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, KUCB's Alexandra Gutierrez in Unalaska, KPLU's Robin Cedar and Jake Ellison in Tacoma, and Fish Radio's Stephanie Mangini in Kodiak.

 
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