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Aug 29 2012
KMXT Morning News with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 August 2012

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            Today on the KMXT Morning News, the ballot is set for Kodiak voters after yesterday's Primary Election. Statewide, the Coastal Management initiative fails, and water levels are getting low at the Terror Lake, which means Kodiak Electric might have to start using diesel generation if they fall too far. Also, Alaska's junior senator is looking to boost the state's seafood profile, and the volunteer archeologists working with the Alutiiq Museum make a significant find.

 
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