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Aug 09 2010
Gardens Thrive Despite the Summer Weather
Monday, 09 August 2010

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            The weather this summer has really been the pits. Rain and clouds, and clouds and rain.

            It's taken its toll on both people and plants around town. But some Kodiak gardeners were able to see tremendous results despite the rain. They opened up their yards and gardens to residents and fellow gardeners during this weekend's garden tour.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall was at Darlene Turner's house on Three Sisters Way. Maggie's job was to pass out miniature banana muffins to the soggy visitors.

            Despite the rain, she was able to get comments from a number of garden enthusiasts. 

 
Aug 06 2010
Short-handed Assembly Votes Down Sales Tax
Friday, 06 August 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly will not go forward with a proposal to put a sales tax on the fall ballot.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall attended last night's regular assembly meeting and has this report.

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Aug 06 2010
Chiniak Highway Closure and Restrictions Saturday Due to Rocket Transport
Friday, 06 August 2010

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            The Chiniak Highway will be closed at Lash Dock early Saturday morning.

            Alaska Aerospace says a rocket booster shipment is coming in that will require the road be closed at Lash between 5 a.m. until 10 a.m. Saturday.

            Emergency traffic will be allowed through the closure.

            From 10 a.m. until about 5 p.m. drivers can expect one-lane traffic near the transport vehicles as they make their way overland to Pasagshak.

 
Aug 06 2010
KVOK Adds FM Signal
Friday, 06 August 2010

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            After years of sometimes spotty AM reception, fans of country music will soon be able to hear Kodiak's commercial radio station in crystal clear FM. KVOK, which has broadcast only on AM for over 30 years, will now be simulcasting on FM, at 98.7.

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Aug 06 2010
Deer Season Underway on the Road System
Friday, 06 August 2010

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            If you'll be out fishing this weekend, be sure to keep in mind that all rivers that feed into Chiniak Bay or Monashka Bay are closed to salmon above the highway.

            The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says this is an annual closure to allow salmon up the rivers to spawn. The rivers usually remain closed August 1st to September 16. That September date varies depending on escapement levels for salmon in the road system rivers.

            You can still fish and keep Dolly Varden that are caught above the bridges, just not salmon.

            On another outdoor note, August 1st marked the opening of deer season on the road system. Bucks only may be taken.

            For more information, contact the local fish and game office at 486-1880.

 
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