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Jan 29 2010
'Power Blue Grass Trio' Brother Mule Plays Sunday
Friday, 29 January 2010

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            As part of the continuing KMXT Concert Series, we are bringing to town "Brother Mule," a self-described "blue grass power trio." 

            Brother Mule will be performing Sunday at 7 p.m. in El Chi's. Tickets are available there, at The Treasury on the Mall and at the KMXT studios, where special family-priced packages are also available.

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Jan 29 2010
Tap Kids to Take the Stage, or would have if not for fog...
Friday, 29 January 2010

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           Teacher and life-long dancer Lisa Hopkins is the director, choreographer and co-creator of the show, "Tap Kids" which comes to Kodiak Saturday night. Hopkins, who danced and taught dance in New York, is originally from Toronto. She spoke about the show from her home in Vermont.


 

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Jan 29 2010
100 Turn Out for Meth-Free Kodiak Forum
Friday, 29 January 2010

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            Around 100 people gathered at Kodiak High School last night for a parent and community forum about meth. Others joined the event via live video conferencing. According to substance abuse counselors, the illegal drug is considered to be even more addictive than cocaine and heroine and its presence in the community is raising some alarms.

            The forum was the result of a cooperative effort between local agencies. Providence hospital, KANA, the Suunaq tribe, Native Village of Afognak, the Kodiak Women's Resource and Crisis Center, the school district, and local law enforcement were some of the groups participating and presenting at the forum.

            One of the most powerful presentations was by a woman named "Chrissy" who shared her story as a former meth addict. Her poignant story of addiction and recovery kept the audience's attention as she recounted the story of her life from a violently abused young girl to meth addict and drug runner.

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Jan 28 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 28 January 2010

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           Coming up on this week's edition: The Fish Board is meeting this week in Fairbanks; Target just says no to farmed salmon, and the emotional and financial toll of once being a Prince William Sound herring fisherman. We had help this week from KUAC's Dan Bross in Fairbanks, KCHU's Erik Wander in Valdez, APRN's Steve Heimel in Anchorage, and KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
Jan 28 2010
New Coast Guard Rep Takes Seat on KIB BOE
Thursday, 28 January 2010

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             At this week's regular meeting there was a "changing of the guard" on the Kodiak Island Borough School Board. Outgoing Coast Guard representative Sam Jordan stepped down after two years on the board.

            Saying he, "never passed up an opportunity at the mic," Jordan offered closing comments to the board Monday night.

He said that the opportunity to serve on the board is a unique one and that the presence of the Coast Guard on the board speaks well of cooperation within the community.

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