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Nov 28 2009
Jock of The Rock - the Holiday Neckbeard Edition PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 November 2009

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            Nick, Ron and Jay cover the hottest stories in sports during this week's Jock of The Rock, but digress to discuss Jay's Holdiay Neckbeard.

 
Nov 27 2009
Native American Heritage Day Now Official PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 November 2009

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            The day after Thanksgiving has been designated as Native American Heritage Day. It's been described as a day to reflect and appreciate American Indian history, culture and contributions to society.

 

           This year Congress affirmed the annual celebration by passing the Native American Heritage Day Act of 2009, which President Obama signed into law.California Representative. Joe Baca sponsored the legislation.

According to the 2000 Census, more than 4 million American Indian and Alaska natives live in the U.S.

In a Statement released today, President Obama asked the nation, "to remember how the Thanksgiving holiday began: as a harvest celebration between European settlers and the American Indians that had been

living and thriving on the continent for thousands of years."

The statement went on to encourage Americans to join him, in observing Native American Heritage in order  to " understand the rich culture, tradition and history of Native Americans and their status today- and to appreciate the contributions that First Americans have made, and will continue to make to our Nation."

            Native American Heritage Day is Friday, November 27th.

 
Nov 27 2009
Native American Heritage Day Now Official PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 November 2009

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            The day after Thanksgiving has been designated as Native American Heritage Day. It's been described as a day to reflect and appreciate American Indian history, culture and contributions to society.

 

           This year Congress affirmed the annual celebration by passing the Native American Heritage Day Act of 2009, which President Obama signed into law.California Representative. Joe Baca sponsored the legislation.

According to the 2000 Census, more than 4 million American Indian and Alaska natives live in the U.S.

In a Statement released today, President Obama asked the nation, "to remember how the Thanksgiving holiday began: as a harvest celebration between European settlers and the American Indians that had been

living and thriving on the continent for thousands of years."

The statement went on to encourage Americans to join him, in observing Native American Heritage in order  to " understand the rich culture, tradition and history of Native Americans and their status today- and to appreciate the contributions that First Americans have made, and will continue to make to our Nation."

            Native American Heritage Day is Friday, November 27th.

 
Nov 27 2009
Migrant Education Program Available For Families PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 November 2009

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            "I've got a paper for you to sign." That's a phrase that parents of school children are accustomed to hearing on a regular basis. One of those papers that came home in the backpack was a survey to identify families that qualify for migrant status.

Melissa Byers is the federal programs administrator for the Kodiak Island Borough School District.

She clarified which families qualify for the federal program.

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Nov 26 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 November 2009

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            Coming up on this post-Turkey Day show, commercial halibut fishermen are thankful in Southeast, and the one species of concern in Bristol Bay is getting healthier. Also net recycling and is "micro-canning" in your future? We had help this week from KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham, Northwest New Network's Tom Banse in Seattle, and the Marine Advisory Program's Doug Schneider in Fairbanks.  

 

 
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