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Oct 13 2010
Anchorage Man Seeks Truth About 9/11 Attacks PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 October 2010

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            Just over nine years ago the September 11th attacks occurred, which killed thousands of people in New York City, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. In the aftermath, the United States went to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, where thousands more Americans have been killed.

            There are some people in America who do not accept the standard view of what happened on 9-11. One of them is Josef Princiotta of Anchorage, who is giving a free talk tonight at the choral pod at the Kodiak High School.

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Oct 12 2010
Talk of the Rock - Remembering Benny Benson on his Birthday PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 October 2010

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Thirteen-year-old Benny Benson holding the hand-made Alaska flag he designed. Photo Friends of the Jesse Lee Home - Alaska State Library

 

           On this week's Talk of the Rock, we remember the late Benny Benson on the 97th anniversary of his birth. Joining host Diana Gish is Baranov Museum Executive Director Katie Oliver and the museum's education coordinator, Marie Acemah.

 
Oct 12 2010
Sun'aq Tribe Receives Grant for Value-Added Seafood Processing PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 October 2010

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            The Sun'aq (shoo-nack) Tribe of Kodiak has received a substantial grant to promote a fledging seafood processor it purchases earlier this year. The tribe could receive as much as $1.3 million over three years in federal assistance. KMXT's Jacob Resneck reports.

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Oct 12 2010
Hunting for Art PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 October 2010

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            Folks in Kodiak will once again this year have a unique way of supporting the arts - through a buffalo hunt in Kodiak's back country. The hunt, provided by Burton Ranch, will be raffled off in January, and the lucky winner will get to head out in search of the large, hoofed ungulate.

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Oct 11 2010
Kodiak Police Cruiser Recovered After Short Joyride PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 11 October 2010

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            There was quite a bit of action downtown Friday night, with the police being called to break up several fights on the Mall. But after one instance in front of The Mecca Bar, a Kodiak Police officer found herself without a squad car. Chief T.C. Kamai explains.

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