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Jul 12 2010
Kodiak Women Get Chance to be More Outdoorsy PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 July 2010

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            Kodiak women will have a unique opportunity to learn outdoor skills from hunting to kayaking, A-T-V operation to how to use a map and compass. 

            The fee for the "Becoming and Outdoors Woman" workshops is $150 prior to July 23rd. Afterwards, the fee will be $175. You can find more information here.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has the details.


 
Jul 12 2010
Language Study Adds Evidence to Central Asia - North America Links PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 July 2010

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             A recent language study has offered more proof to support the connection between central Asia and the native populations of North America. While the theory has been around for a few centuries, scientists have never come to full agreement about it.

            A new book published by the University of Alaska is now adding more weight to the theory and is creating a buzz among academics from multiple disciplines. The book examines culture change, language and genetics and is called The Dene-Yeniseian Connection. It's a publication of the University of Alaska Fairbanks' department of Anthropology and the Alaska Native Language Center.

            James Kari  is a professor emeritus of the University and one of the book's editors. He appeared on KMXT's Talk of the Rock where he explained the hypothesis that the book addresses.


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Jul 09 2010
Change of Command at Training Center PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 July 2010

100709.uscg_change.jpg KODIAK, Alaska - Coast Guard Lt. Conor Sullivan, right, relieves Lt. Cmdr. Rebecca Dorval as the commanding officer of the North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center, July 9, 2010, during an official ceremony at the training center on Coast Guard base Kodiak as Capt. Craig Lloyd, District 17 chief of response, looks on. Under Dorval's command, the NPRFTC has trained more than 1,800 cutter and air station students in 52 separate sessions allowing operational units to amass 21 significant violations and over 1,000 federal fisheries boardings. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Charly Hengen

 

 
Jul 09 2010
Colleagues Remember Air Station Sitka Crew PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 July 2010

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            The U.S. Coast Guard released the names of the Air Station Sitka crew members aboard a helicopter that went down in the waters off La Push, Washington Wednesday. The survivor of the crash is 29-year-old Lieutenant Lance Leone.He's recovering from non-life-threatening injuries at a Seattle hospital.

            Killed in the accident were Lieutenant Sean Krueger, Petty Officer First Class Adam Hoke, and Petty Officer Second Class Brett Banks.

            From Sitka, KCAW's Ed Ronco has more.

 
Jul 09 2010
Local Bands Fill Kodiak Nights With Song PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 July 2010

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            If you want to hear a good band, you don't have to go off-island. There are plenty of talented musicians in town who are finding a place for themselves in local clubs.

            That is the message that Kodiak musician Bear Becker wants to get out to people looking for a great night on the town.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

 
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