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Sep 16 2009
Quass Gung-Ho as New Arts Director PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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            Though they conducted a world-wide search, the board of the Kodiak Arts Council found their new director in our own back yard, in the person of Tom Quass, a retiring Coast Guard policeman.

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Sep 16 2009
Murkowski Comments on Kodiak Town Hall PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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          Just like those in attendance, Senator Lisa Murkowski still had plenty to say following Monday's live video conference on health care reform. Just a handful of participants got to ask questions of the Republican senator; the rest were encouraged to write down their questions and turn them in to Murkowski's aide at the end of the hour-long meeting.

            Afterwards, Murkowski spoke by phone from Washington D.C about the event, which was her first long-distance town hall meeting. Although an audio problem made hearing difficult on her end, she said she was happy with the outcome of the meeting. She was especially pleased that people felt free to voice very diverse opinions. KMXT's Diana Gish asked the senator if she learned anything new from the people of Kodiak.

 

 

 
Sep 15 2009
Kodiak May Host State Democratic Convention in 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 September 2009

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            Heavy rain and wind Sunday afternoon did not stop the Kodiak Democratic Party faithful from gathering under the gazebo at the Buskin River for their annual picnic, and to talk with state party chair Patty Higgins, who is on a listening tour of the state.

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Sep 15 2009
Celebrating Refuge Week PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 September 2009

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            National Wildlife Refuge Week is a yearly celebration of the country's 547 national wildlife refuges. During the week, festivals and special events are held across the nation with the hopes of connecting people with wildlife.

            Here in Kodiak, National Wildlife Refuge Week will be celebrated a little early in order to offer area residents a chance to meet and listen to a local wildlife legend.

            Tina Shaw is the manager of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. She spoke with KMXT's Diana Gish about upcoming Refuge Week activities:

 

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Sep 14 2009
Senator Murkowski Holds Live Video Conference with Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 September 2009

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            Senator Lisa Murkowski made an appearance in Kodiak today (Monday) via live video-conference. She spoke from Washington D.C. to a group gathered for a town hall meeting on health care reform. Murkowski was live and bigger-than-life on the screen of Kodiak's Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. About 100 people took advantage of the opportunity to listen to the senator, but only a few got the chance to ask her a question on health care reform. About 25 middle and high school students were there to observe civil discourse in action. Others listened to a live broadcast of the meeting on KMXT.

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