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May 11 2010
Talking Trails on Talk of the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 May 2010

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           This week on Talk of the Rock we take a look at the Kodiak Road System Trails Plan. Guests Bud Cassidy, Mike Sirofchuck and Pam Foreman join host Diana Gish to talk about where things stand now, where the trail plan is headed and how to be a part of the planning process.

 
May 11 2010
Murkowski Worries About Finance Reform PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 May 2010

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             Senator Lisa Murkowski spoke to Alaska reporters around the state via teleconference last week.

            Murkowski is one of the members of congress trying to work out some of the financial problems that led the country into economic difficulties.

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May 10 2010
Ed Opheim Turns 100 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 May 2010
opheims_and_sargent.jpgEd Opheim, center, celebrates his 100th birthday Monday afternoon, with his son, Edward (left), and friend Neil Sargent. Photo by Mike Rostad
 
May 10 2010
Bears Split With Bears PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 May 2010

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            Six records fell at the Kodiak Quad Meet over the weekend, with the visiting Bartlett Golden Bears setting all of them. The Bartlett girls, on the strength of sprinter Rosie Smith's performance, took first place, edging the host Kodiak High School Lady Bears 92-to-73.5. Anchorage Christian School was third with 55.5 points, while Port Lions had 18.

            On the boys' side, the home town Bears came out on top with 76 points to Bartlett's 71. ACS had 25.

            Athletes of the meet honors were awarded to Kodiak athletes Jaymi Bethea and Dylan Anthony, who each won four events.

            You can find complete individual and team results here.

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May 10 2010
Alaska Press Club Honors KMXT Reporters, Past and Present PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 May 2010

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            The Alaska Press Club held its annual convention over the weekend, and long-time KMXT contributor Maggie Wall once again won a top award for her work with the Kodiak Maritime Museum program "When Crab Was King."

            Wall took first place in the radio "profile" division with the story of Carmen Lunde and her years as the owner of Solly's Office bar in the heyday of the king crab fishery

             KMXT took third in that same category with a profile of 10-year-old local fiddler Sawyer Olsen.

            The Alaska Fisheries Report was recognized as the top ongoing public affairs program in the state, and the station took another first place ribbon in business reporting for the story of Kodiak-Kenai Cable Company's plan to run undersea fiber optic lines from Kodiak to Prudhoe Bay, making landfall at communities along the way.

            Click "Read more" below for a complete list of awards won by KMXT.

            Former KMXT reporters found success at the awards banquet as well. Marcia Lynn, now with KBBI in Homer, won second place in arts reporting. Casey Kelly, now of KTOO in Juneau, won a first place ribbon for a story about a new type of windmill in Juneau.

            The Kodiak Daily Mirror, which usually brings home awards from the Press Club gathering, did not submit any work for judging this year.

 

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