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 When you go shopping this week you can help the women and children at the Kodiak Women's Resource & Crisis Center. KWRCC has a long wish list of items that would help their families in crisis. You can help by purchasing one or more of the items and dropping them off at KMXT, 620 Egan Way by 5pm on Friday - we'll make sure everything gets to the KWRCC for Valentine's Day. Find a copy of the list here:  kwrcc_wish_list_jan_2016 

 
Jul 19 2011
Tall Ship Pallada Due in at Eight Bells
Tuesday, 19 July 2011

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             The Russian tall ship Pallada is expected to pull into Kodiak Wednesday morning. The best estimate is about 8 a.m., according to Kodiak Harbormaster Marty Owen, who is coordinating the reception of the cadet-laden training ship. There are plans to have the Coast Guard and tugs escort the Pallada to Pier 2 from Puffin Island.

           The Pallada is on a North Pacific tour with over 100 cadets on board, and Kodiak, with its long and rich Russian history, is its first stop.

           At around 11:30, after the ship clears customs, city Mayor Carolyn Floyd, Coast Guard officials, Saint Innocent's Academy and other dignitaries will welcome the master of the 354-foot ship, and his officers, to Kodiak. Historian Dawn Black will be part of the reception. She says welcoming ceremonies are important to the Russians.

            Public tours of the Pallada, the fastest tall ship in the world, will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday. While in port, the Pallada's cadets - who've been at sea for weeks - will be treated to Kodiak's many amenities. Organizers are also looking for families or groups to invite some cadets to lunch or dinner while they are in town. Call Angie Schatz at 719-321-7455 to vilunteer.

            KMXT will also have a live report from the welcoming ceremonies during our Midday Report.

 
Jul 19 2011
Rezanof East Paving Pushed Back Another Year
Tuesday, 19 July 2011

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            Residents of Kodiak looking forward to the long-awaited repaving of Rezanof Drive East will have to wait yet another year for the work to be done. Originally scheduled to be resurfaced in 2010, the work has been pushed back another year, to 2012.

            Funding for the repaving, which is to stretch from the Y downtown to Fort Abercrombie, was approved in 2009, according to Department of Transportation Project Manager Cynthia Ferguson in Anchorage. She said part of the delay has been to collect more data on right-of-way.

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Jul 19 2011
Native Language Map Updated, Modernized
Tuesday, 19 July 2011

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The Indigenous Peoples and Langues of Alaska map by the Alaska Native Language Center.

 

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            It hadn't been updated for 30 years, but now a new map showing Alaska Native languages has been released. "Indigenous Peoples and Languages of Alaska" is a modern version of the classic Alaska work.

            If you've ever seen a map about Alaska's languages, you've likely seen the original of this item with its swaths and broad sweeps of bright colors indicating which Native languages are spoken in various regions of the state.

            While some languages are changed on the updated map, April Laktonen Counceller, the language manager at the Alutiiq Museum, says there appears to be little change for Kodiak languages.

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Jul 18 2011
Vital Engine Work Delays Tusty Departure
Monday, 18 July 2011

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            The state ferry Tustumena sailed out of Kodiak a little late on Friday night because of an issue with the main engine. According to ferry system chief Captain Mike Neussl in Juneau, the main bearing sleeves needed immediate replacement.

             He said the Tusty pulled out of its homeport about four hours late, and caught up on its schedule bit by bit over the weekend.

             Port calls affected by the delay were Port Lions, Seldovia and Homer.

 
Jul 18 2011
Relay For Life Gearing Up for $100,000 Goal
Monday, 18 July 2011

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            The event is still two weeks away, but the 2011 Relay for Life in Kodiak has already raised almost $35,000 in individual fundraising and sponsors.

             Angela McFarland helps put the event together and said this year the fundraising goal is $100,000. Last year the relay raised $74,000. She said the relay has a lot of ideas lined up for the 24-hour event.

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