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Dec 02 2008
Extreme Make Over - Baranov Edition PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 December 2008

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            The oldest building in the state of Alaska and the earliest documented log structure on the west coast of the United States is about to get makeover, thanks in part to a federal grant. The 200-year-old Baranov Museum will be closed in January and February in order to upgrade its electrical and fire suppression systems. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Dec 01 2008
FERC Comment Period Open on Terror Lake Purchase PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 December 2008

 

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           With other stakeholders in the Four Dam Pool, which stretches from Kodiak to the Copper Valley to the Southeast Panhandle, approving the break up of the power agency, Kodiak Electric Association is seeking federal approval to take over the Terror Lake generator.

            The comment period is open until mid December, after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission published notice of the transfer on November 19th.

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Dec 01 2008
Missile Defense Agency plans launch PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 December 2008

 

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          The Missile Defense Agency is planning another launch of a target drone from Kodiak sometime in the next week. As it does before all launches, the Coast Guard has established a safety zone down range from the Kodiak Launch Complex.

          The zones are in four places: One around Narrow Cape, where the launch pad is, and nearby Ugak Island. Another is about 90 miles southeast of Kodiak Island, where the first stage of the ballistic missile is expected to splash into the ocean. The third and fourth stages will come back to earth well down range, off the coast of the Lower 48.

          Safety zones are in effect from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday through next Monday, or until cancelled, either because of a launch or a scrub. The penalties for entering the safety zones include fines up to 32,500-dollars. Contact the Coast Guard for specific latitude and longitude coordinates.

 
Dec 01 2008
Coast Guard Brings Santa Claus to Villages PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 December 2008

 

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           Santa Claus will be making appearances in Native villages around Kodiak Island all this week, courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard.

            Santa and his elves will be flown to villages on a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter as part of the annual Santa to Villages program. Teresa Williams is the co-chair of the Coast Guard Spouses Association which organizes the trips. She said this is the 35th year Coast Guard wives have brought Christmas to kids in the villages of the Kodiak Archipelago.

            Over 200 children will receive gifts, hand-made clothing and fresh fruit.

            Williams says the children in the villages have come to eagerly await Santa's arrival, searching the skies for the bright orange helicopter.

            The volunteers who fill Santa's big shoes include retired Coast Guard Commander Scott Williams, Douglas Beaver and Commander Patrick Dugan, facilities branch chief at Integrated Support Command Kodiak.

 
Dec 01 2008
Koldenhoven Brings Christmas Music and More to Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 December 2008

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           The Kodiak Arts Council brings Grammy award winning soprano and recording artitst Darlene Koldenhoven to Kodiak next week for a performance of holiday music and songs from her latest album. Koldenhoven is perhaps best known for her featured vocal solo "Aria" in "Yanni, Live at the Acropolis," but she says her work is much broader than the term "new age" music describes.

The Kodiak concert will feature a mix of songs from Koldenhoven's recently re-released Christmas album, "Heavenly Peace," and her latest album, 2007's "Infinite Voice." She said she will also perform new songs she hopes to record on her next album. Koldenhoven describes the music from the two albums as a blend of traditional, classical music and modern influences.

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