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Nov 11 2009
Needs of Survivors Addressed by New National Guard Program
Wednesday, 11 November 2009

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            When a soldier is killed in combat, the family members they leave behind find themselves having to deal with a multitude of details, often without the help of the larger military family they have come to know. A new program, started this spring, called Survivor Outreach Services, was formed specifically to help them.

            Rick Cavens is the Survivor Outreach Coordinator for Alaska at Fort Richardson in Anchorage, and was in town to talk with Noon Rotary Tuesday and Morning Rotary Wednesday. He also stopped by the KMXT studios to talk with Jay Barrett.

 
Nov 11 2009
Nonprofits Enriching Life in Kodiak
Wednesday, 11 November 2009

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            As part of KMXT's fall membership drive, we are sharing our airwaves with other nonprofit organizations in town that help make Kodiak such a vibrant place to live. We have had well over a dozen representatives from the arts and health and social services, among others, on the air. Tuesday morning, Monte Hawver of the Brother Francis Shelter, Angela Boling of the Kodiak Women's Resource and Crisis Center, and Norma Holt of the Daughters of the American Revolution came by to talk about their respective organizations.

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Nov 11 2009
Talk of the Rock - Swine Flu
Wednesday, 11 November 2009

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            This week on Talk of the Rock, it's all about Swine Flu. Jay Barrett welcomes Dr. Joe McLaughlin, the state director of epidimiology, state health and social services spokeesman Greg Wilkinson, and Borgny Holm, of Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center.

 
Nov 11 2009
Talk of the Rock Special Monday Edition - All About the KNWR Visitor Center
Wednesday, 11 November 2009

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            As part of KMXT's Fall Membership Drive, we're talking with representatives from area nonprofit organizations - and one of those is the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center's Alaska Geographic store. Jay Barrett spoke with Tina Shaw andKristin Donaldson.

 
Nov 10 2009
City's Compost Test Successful
Tuesday, 10 November 2009

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            It looks like the city of Kodiak's compost test bed project was successful in its first summer of operation. Public Works Director Mark Kozak says the compost pile near the sewage treatment plant kept about 30-tons of sludge out of the borough's land-fill. And even though that sounds like a lot, it's just a drop in the honey bucket compared to what the compost project might be able to use. Thirty-tons is not quite a week's worth of bio-solids, which is left over from sewer treatment.

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