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KODK is back on the air. Thanks to Steve and John at APBI in Anchorage who helped us get a loaner transmitter and to Joe Stevens and Willy who ran up the mountain in this nasty wind after running a bunch of tests to get it ready to do it's thing...90.7 FM is back bringing you spectacular alternative public radio programming in Kodiak.
Mar 07 2011
One Whale Seen in Aerial Mammal Survey
Monday, 07 March 2011

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110224.survey.jpgVisibility was spectacular during the Feb. 24 flight over the western side of Kodiak Island. While only a single humpback whale was sighted, scores of seals were logged in the vicinity of the Trinity Islands with data forwarded on to Alaska Fish and Game.  Jacob Resneck/KMXT photo

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            Researchers in Kodiak routinely survey the archipelago's marine mammal population. Migrations of whales and populations of harbor seals help biologists help track the health of the ecosystems which are indicators for things like climate change and other phenomena. KMXT's Jacob Resneck rode along on a recent air survey and filed this report.

Mar 07 2011
Kodiak Boys Advance to State Hoops Tourney
Monday, 07 March 2011

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            The top-seeded Wasilla Warriors ended Kodiak's surprise run in the Northern Lights Conference Basketball Tournament with a 43-31 victory in the championship game on Saturday night in Homer.

            Wasilla earns the Northern Lights Conference number one seed to the state tournament, which is next week, while Kodiak gets the second spot. The Palmer Moose will get the third berth from the NLC.

            The Bears entered the tournament as the lowest seed among Northern Division squads, and were riding an eight-game losing streak before pulling off two upsets en route to the NLC championship game. They upset the South Division's number one seed, the Kenai Kardinals 55-42 on Thursday, and then beat the Moose on Friday 32-30. It'll be the first appearance at state for the Bears in five years.

            The Lady Bears weren't as fortunate in the tourney. After a first-round upset of the number one seed Kardinals, Kodiak dropped two straight, first to the Colony Knights 41-31, and then in a loser-out match against the Soldotna Stars 45-42. In both games, the Bears' opponents came from behind for the wins. The Knights were down by three after one period Friday, but lead by six after three. Saturday morning, the Stars went on a 17-to-1 run for the win. It's the first time in three seasons the Lady Bears didn't make it to state.

            The Knights beat the Warriors in the championship game, and both will be joined at state by the Stars, who went on to down Homer for the third spot from the NLC.

Mar 07 2011
Bethea Sets Course Record on Coffee-to-Coffee Fun Run
Monday, 07 March 2011

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            Thirty-six (36) brave souls endured the inclement weather Saturday to participate in the 8th annual Coffee to Coffee Fun Run, a fundraising event for the Kodiak High School track and field team. Racers ran from Harborside Coffee on Shelikof Street to Mill Bay Coffee on Rezanof, a distance of about three miles. Track coach Marcus Dunbar said the roads were icy and snowy, with an air temperature of 22 degrees. He said that though the wind was in the face of the runners, the late afternoon snowstorm held off until after the race.

            Despite the conditions, high school senior Jaymi Bethea set a new women's course record with a time of 22-minutes 7-seconds.

            Dylan Anthony had the fastest time for the second year in a row, winning the open men's division in 19-minutes 45-seconds.

            Dunbar said the event raised $325 for the track and field team.

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Mar 05 2011
Jock of the Rock - The Carrot Returns
Saturday, 05 March 2011

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            On this week's edition of Jock of the Rock, Jay, Derek and Ron marvel over the Cinderfella Run the Kodiak High School Bears and Lady Bears had at the Northern Lights Conference Basketball Tournament, and try to make heads or tails out the NFL labor situation. Also, Nick Sandin live-blogs the show on Facebook.com/jockoftherock from his palatial basement apartment in Seattle.He's livin' the dream.

Mar 04 2011
Bears, Lady Bears, Sweep Kards in Upsets
Friday, 04 March 2011

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            Both the boys and girls teams from Kodiak High School pulled off major upsets at their Northern Lights basketball tournament openers yesterday (Thursday) in Homer. Both were number four seeds from the Northern Division and both played the number one seeds from the South, both of which happened to be the Kenai Kardinals.

            The Lady Bears came from 11 points down in the second period and outscored the Kards 13-to-nothing in the third to win 30-28. Joanna Garcia led Kodiak with 10 points

            Kodiak is scheduled to play again today at 3 p.m. against the Colony Knights in the semi-finals. The winner of that game goes on to the championship match Saturday. The Knights took two games from the Lady Bears just last weekend.

            The Kodiak boys' win was the mirror opposite of the girls' game. Instead of coming back in the second half, the Bears scored the first 11 points of the game en route to a 17-point first-quarter lead and never looked back, beating the top-seeded Kardinals 55-to-42. It was Kodiak's first win in nine games. Raphael Matautia had 18 points, 10 of them in the first quarter. The Bears, who went 1-and-9 in the NLC this season, will face the Palmer Moose at 8:15 tonight in the semi-finals.

            The Bears' victories yesterday were part of a sweep of the four Kenai Peninsula teams by the NLC's North Division.

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