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Feb 04 2010
Tagalog Language Film Fest This Weekend
Thursday, 04 February 2010

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            This weekend Kodiak College plays host to its first Tagalog language film festival. One of the festival organizers is Dr.Jared Griffin, assistant professor and English Department chairman.

            He talked to KMXT's Diana Gish about this weekend's event:

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Feb 04 2010
Murder Mystery Game to Raise Funds for Hope
Thursday, 04 February 2010

 

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             This first week in February concludes with another activity-packed weekend in Kodiak. One of the most unusual events taking place is the staging of an interactive, "murder mystery" game by Hope Community Resources. The Friday night benefit is planned to promote fun and funds.

            Hope Community Resources state-wide Development Director Ginger Jackson is in town from Anchorage to support the event and the local Hope chapter.

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Feb 03 2010
Fed Funds Help With Invasive Plant Control
Wednesday, 03 February 2010

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             When is a weed something other than just a nuisance in the garden? When that weed is also an invasive species. So what's the big deal about invasive species? Invasive plants coordinator Blythe Brown of Kodiak's soil and water conservation district explains: Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

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Feb 02 2010
Pyramid Hikers Get Assistance
Tuesday, 02 February 2010

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            A group of hikers got into difficulties coming back down Pyramid Mountain Sunday night.

            Around 7:30 p.m. the mother of two of the hikers reported that the group had not returned from a day hike. Their last known location was at the ridge between the North and South Bowl of Pyramid, several hundred feet below the peak to the north. State Troopers, the Coast Guard Fire Department and Military Police, and several search and rescue volunteers responded to the call. After getting some help finding their way in the dark, the six made it down the mountain safely after midnight.

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Feb 02 2010
Bear Biologist Weighs in on Curbside Conversation
Tuesday, 02 February 2010

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            Fish and Game wildlife biologist Larry VanDaele returned recently from Sweden where he was invited to speak to a group of film makers about bears. As a result of that trip, Van Daele was not in Kodiak to offer a response to the recently introduced curb-side trash collection proposal. That proposal was presented to members of the Kodiak Island Borough during a recent work session. Since his return, Van Daele offered his view of the plan through a letter to members of the borough assembly.

            He spoke with KMXT's Diana Gish about his opinion and his hope for a positive outcome to the much discussed issue of trash collection in Kodiak.

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