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KPBC Annual Meeting

The Kodiak Public Broadcasting Board of Directors and Staff will be hosting the annual membership meeting on September 6 at the Kodiak Inn Harbor Room.


All members are invited and encouraged to attend!
Keep an eye on your mailbox for your invitation.


This year's meeting will include a multi-media presentation of all the happenings over the past year!


Come and meet the current board and staff and then cast your vote in the board elections. 


The meeting schedule is as follows:

6 - 6:30 p.m. Sign in

6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Dinner (complimentary)

7:30 p.m. Business Meeting


Please call us at 486-3181 with any questions.  

Run the Rock 2014 Registration Now Open
Our annual marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K race will be held October 11, 2014! You may now register and find more information at www.kmxt.org/run_the_rock. 
Mar 24 2014
Earthquake Anniversary Week Packed with Activities
Monday, 24 March 2014

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    This Thursday will be the 50th Anniversary of the Good Friday Earthquake and Tsunami that devastated Kodiak in 1964. There will be many activities occurring around Kodiak this week to commemorate those historic events, including the grand opening of a new exhibit at the Baranov Museum. KMXT’s news intern, Marina Cummiskey, has more.
    Anjuli Grantham, the curator of collections and exhibits at the museum, said the exhibit will focus on the earthquake and tsunami.
    “The exhibit is going to include information about how Kodiak responded to the ’64 Earthquake and Tsunami, but also other events that were taking place in Kodiak in 1964; we want to kind of give a sense of this time as being a moment of change,” she said. “Thus the title ‘Waves of Change’ and it was more than just the tsunami that impacted Kodiak that year.”
     The exhibit will open this Thursday at 5:30 p.m., six minutes before the earthquake began 50 years ago. The exhibit will be on display through 2015.
    As for other events commemorating the earthquake and tsunami, there will be a lecture by Patrick Saltonstall at the Alutiiq Museum on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Kodiak College will hold an opening reception of an online oral history exhibit Friday at 7 p.m., and there will be a walking tour through downtown Kodiak on Thursday at 5 p.m. put on by the Maritime Museum. There will also be the ‘Run for High Ground’ footrace on Saturday beginning at the Sun’aq Tribal Center at 9 a.m. and ending at the public library, where there will be another event to acknowledge the anniversary.


Mar 24 2014
Sen. Stevens, Others, Recall EVOS 25 Years Later
Monday, 24 March 2014

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    It’s been 25 years today (Monday) since the Exxon Valdez tanker ran aground, spilling hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil in Prince William Sound.
    Around the Capitol Building, the memories for many are still fresh, as Jeremy Hsieh found out.
    Twenty-five years ago, Marta Lastufka saw a puzzling ill omen. She was at a party where a woman was giving readings with tarot cards.
    “And everybody kept getting this scary card, it was like, the death card.,” she said, ‘You know, I don’t know what this means, but something is going to happen that’s going to affect all of you. And that was probably just a few days before the Valdez oil spill. And then we realized, oh, that was it.”
    The spill brought a frenzy of activity to Alaska – workers, reporters and profiteers.  Legislative aide Ron Clark had a front seat.
    "At the time the Exxon-Valdez went aground, I was a special assistant to Gov. Steve Cowper."
    Clark and the governor flew up to Valdez a few days after the spill. They got off the plane, and Clark remembers the governor asking him, “Are you ready for this?”

Mar 23 2014
Undefeated Kodiak Girls Breeze Through State Championships
Sunday, 23 March 2014

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    The Kodiak High School girls basketball team capped off a perfect season Saturday evening by winning the Alaska Large School State Championships. The Kodiak Bears beat the Colony Knights 65-41 in the final game, to finish the year 27-and-0.
    The last time Kodiak High School had a state basketball championship was 2001, when the boys played an undefeated season. The coach both times was Amy Fogle, the only coach in Alaska history to pull off both feats.
    During the tournament, at Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage, Kodiak outscored their three opponents by a combined 75 points. The only time any of the games were close was at the end of the first quarter in the championship game, when Kodiak led Colony by only three points. They wound up winning by 25. In game two against the West Valley Wolf Pack, the Bears were so far ahead, they only scored one point in the final period and still won by 36.
    It wasn’t just the explosive offense that fueled Kodiak’s tournament – defensively, Kodiak allowed West Valley only one field goal and five points in the first half of their game.
    In the final game, all five of Kodiak’s starters scored in double-digits, an unheard of feat at any level of basketball. Guard Carissa Cannon led all scorers with 21 points, as well as hauling down five rebounds, dishing out four assists and committing five steals.
    Adriane Horn had 12 points, including two from three-point range, Jerrica Nelson and Megan Pyles had 11 each, and Hannah Wandersee scored 10.

    Also at the Sullivan, Kodiak High School took second place in the cheerleading competition, which was held between games.

Mar 21 2014
Kodiak Boys Two-and-Out with Loss to Falcons
Friday, 21 March 2014

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    Play continued early today for the Kodiak High School boys basketball team. Yesterday, the Bears kept it close against top-seeded West Anchorage, though lost 44-37. That sent them to the losers bracket game at 9:45 this morning against number-four Thunder Mountain, which fell in the first round to number-five Colony.
    The Falcons, who the Bears lost to in the regular season, jumped out to a 13-point lead after one quarter, and extended that to 20 through the second, ending the half with a 47-to-27 lead over the Bears.
    Kodiak cut the lead to 10 halfway through the third, but Thunder Mountain, with a significant height advantage pulled away, winning 80-to-64.
    Alec Canete-Hall was the only Bear in double digits, scoring 20 points.

    The number-one seeded Kodiak Lady Bears had an up and down first round game yesterday, but through tough defense prevailed over Dimond 54-40. They play their second-round game at 3:30 this afternoon against fifth-seeded West Valley, which beat fourth-seeded Ketchikan yesterday.
    Playing the late night game yesterday, the Lady Bears started strong, building a 12-2 lead in the first period, but foul trouble put them back on their heels for much of the game.
    Center Hannah Wandersee was sat down after collecting four fouls – including a technical – in the second, and was forced to stay on the bench for almost half the game. Jerica Nelson also spent much of the game on the bench because of foul trouble.
    In their absence, forward Megan Pyles rang up 25 points and pulled down an even dozen rebounds to lead the Lady Bears to the win. The game was much closer than that, however, with Dimond trailing only by six halfway through the final quarter. But, a stifling full court press and 10 straight points near the end of the game sealed the victory for Kodiak.
    Wandersee did manage nine points in her limited playing time, while Adriane Horn had 14 steals and six points. Nelson added five points, four assists and three steals.
    Once again, the Kodiak High School Dance Team is hosting a live big-screen viewing of the Lady Bears game in the high school gym this afternoon.
    All of Kodiak’s games can be heard on KVOK radio.

Mar 21 2014
PreMed Summit Offers Info For Prospective Students
Friday, 21 March 2014

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           Kodiak students interested in learning more about PreMed programs offered through the University of Alaska Anchorage will have a chance to do so this weekend. The 9th annual Alaska PreMed Summit will be videoconference from UAA at the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center on Saturday from 9 a.m. until around 4 p.m.
           Brian Himelbloom is an associate professor at the marine science center and said the summit focuses on the program WWAMI.
           “And what that stands for are the five states in the pacific northwest – Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. And the whole idea behind the program is to support medical education across this entire region.”
           Himelbloom said students that apply and are accepted into this program would be on their way toward obtaining a medical degree through the University Of Washington School Of Medicine.
           As for Saturday’s summit, Himelbloom said people can stop by and learn more about necessary steps for entering the medical field.
           “Yeah it’s more of an informational session so they can pick up quite a number of brochures and information as their making their decisions on their next steps in education.”
           While registration isn’t required, Himelbloom said it would be helpful if people interested in attending contacted him before Saturday to let him know they might go. He said folks can contact his office at the Seafood and Marine Science Center.

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