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Jul 08 2010
Two Kodiak Teens Find Their Way to Carnegie Hall PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 08 July 2010

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            Two Kodiak teens had the rare opportunity to sing at a New York City landmark recently. KMXT's Diana Gish has the story.

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Jul 07 2010
Air Station Sitka Crew Crashes in Washington State PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 July 2010

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            A Coast Guard helicopter with an Air Station Sitka crew aboard has gone down in the waters near James Island, Washington.

            The Coast Guard says in a news release that it lost contact with the helicopter just after 9:30 Pacific Time this morning - about 45 minutes after it departed from Air Station Astoria, in Oregon, with a Sitka crew aboard.

            Petty officer Eric Chandler says rescue efforts are underway. He says two crewmen were picked up by a good Samaritan vessel not long after the crash, while a third was picked up by a small Coast Guard response boat. The fourth crewman is still missing. Names of the crew members have not been released.

           The Coast Guard tells KING-TV in Seattle that the chopper was on its way to be based in Sitka from Elizabeth City, North Carolina.  The chopper was flown to Astoria, and an Air Station Sitka crew flew down yesterday to pick it up. The Sitka crew was aboard at the time of the accident.

            The National Weather Service reports the weather at the time of the crash was sunny and 80 degrees with east winds at 10 miles per hour.  Chandler, with the Coast Guard, says a cause for the accident is unclear.  KING-TV is quoting a local utility as saying the chopper struck a power cable in the area.

 

                                   

 
Jul 07 2010
Rep. Don Young on Election Year Visit to Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 July 2010

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            It's been said many times about Alaska's lone congressman that you may or may not like the man, but you know where he stands on issues.

            Congressman Don Young was in town this week as part of a 4th of July swing through Alaska as part of his re-election campaign.

            He spoke Tuesday at a joint Kodiak Chamber of Commerce - Noon Rotary luncheon.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has this report.

 
Jul 07 2010
Arts Council Working to Bring Visual Artists into Fold PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 July 2010

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            For the second summer in a row, a former Kodiak High School graduate is back from college and working at the arts council office for the summer. This year Kate Helligso's title is "Visual Arts Coordinator," and her job is to increase visual artists' interaction with the Kodiak Arts Council.

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Jul 06 2010
TOTR: Language Evidence Strengthens link between Asia and Native Americans PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 July 2010

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            On this week's edition of Talk of the Rock:

            The University of Alaska Fairbanks has just published a new book called "The Dene-Yeniseian Connection."

The book, which is a joint venture between the school's Anthropology Department and the Native Language Center, offers new evidence about the existence of a Dene-Yeniseian language family. The findings could finally substantiate the long debated link between Asia and Native groups of North America.

            Join KMXT's Diana Gish as she discusses the book with one of its editor's, Dr. James Kari, Professor Emeritus of linguistics with the Alaska Native Language Center.

 
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