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Chiniak Fire 2015, Release No. 12
Kodiak, Alaska — Friday, August 28 — The shelter at the Kodiak Middle School was inactivated.
 
People in need of Red Cross services may contact Red Cross volunteers at (907) 942-5059.
 
The Kodiak emergency operations center is now supporting the State Division of Forestry crews who are on location in the Chiniak area.
 
We encourage you to continue to listen to KMXT for updated information and also watch for updates on the Kodiak Police Department Facebook page.  
 
Oct 11 2010
Former Kodiak Judge Seeks Federal Appointment
Monday, 11 October 2010

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            A state judge with strong ties to Kodiak has emerged in the running to be appointed a federal judgeship next year. KMXT's Jacob Resneck reports.

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Oct 11 2010
Garcia/Wright Take Challenger Division at State Tennis Tourney
Monday, 11 October 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears did better than ever at the state tennis championships, which wrapped up in Anchorage over the weekend.

            In first round action Rachel Hoyt and the boys doubles team of Lawrence Velasco and Jayce Taan both won their matches, putting them into the championship bracket.

            Coach Ken McCarty phoned into Jock of the Rock on Saturday, and said the mixed doubles team of Joanna Garcia and Caleb Wright won the challenger division, which is basically teh consolation bracket.

             Hoyt lost in straight sets in her quarterfinals match to Adrienne Fox from Dimond, and the team of Velasco and Taan also went down 6-love, 6-love to the team of Noland and Walgren from Service High.

            Find complete results here.

 
Oct 11 2010
Author Dan O'Neil Interviewed by Aspiring KHS Writers
Monday, 11 October 2010

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              Alaskan Author Dan O'Neil was a recent guest on KMXT's Friday Morning Show. O'Neil grew up in San Francisco and was educated at Berkeley. He moved to Alaska in the 70's where he worked on the pipeline and in construction. In addition to writing, O'Neil served as a researcher at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and as an opinion columnist at the Fairbanks Daily News Miner. His first book, "The Firecracker Boys" was originally released in 1994 and was highly acclaimed by critics, historians and educators. The recently re-released book tells the story of how, in the late 1950's, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission tried to explode megatons of thermonuclear bombs near the arctic village of Point Hope. The fight to stop the project led to the birth of "The Tundra Times" (the first Alaska Native newspaper) and the environmental movement.

             O'Neil was in town to deliver a lecture at Kodiak College. At KMXT he was interviewed by two Kodiak High School journalism students: Willy Roberts and Sam Tuckfield

 
Oct 09 2010
Jock of the Rock - The Run the Rock and Tennis Edition
Saturday, 09 October 2010

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          This week on Jock of the Rock, Nick and Jay hold down the fort while Derek phones in with results from the Run the Rock. Coach Ken McCarty also phones in with results from the state high school tennis tournament.

 
Oct 08 2010
Assembly Rescinds Selby's Fisheries Letter
Friday, 08 October 2010

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            This (Friday) morning the Kodiak Island Borough Clerk sent an e-mail to the chairman of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, which is meeting in Anchorage, rescinding a letter previously sent by the borough mayor. Today's letter, drafted at the direction of a majority of the assembly, says the position taken by Mayor Jerome Selby on a Tanner Crab closure proposition did not go through the proper public procedure and does not reflect the position of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly.

            Selby's letter was sent last week, and reportedly presented to the council by a third party at the meeting this week. The fishery council will be deciding on whether or not to restrict or close areas around Kodiak to trawl and pot ground fisheries to protect Tanner crab stocks from becoming bycatch. Selby's letter says the borough is opposed to any seasonal or annual closure areas in the Gulf of Alaska.

            Because there were no public hearings or assembly discussion before the letter was sent to the fishery council, Selby came under fire at last night's meeting from fishermen, such as Shaun Dochtermann and Daniel Miller.

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