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Turkey Confidential, the annual live call-in show from Splendid Table, will air on Thanksigiving Day from 7 - 9 am on KMXT 100.1FM. They'll also be playing bingo in the control room! You can download bingo cards at www.splendidtable.org/story/turkey-confidential-bingo-cards

 

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Jul 03 2009
Two Command Changes at Kodiak Coast Guard Base
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            It was a day of leadership transition for the Coast Guard in Kodiak. Two Change of Command Ceremonies took place Thursday on the base.Speaking at the first ceremony, Rear Admiral Arthur Brooks, The Commander of the 17th Coast Guard District, stressed the urgency of good leadership. 

Coast Guard Communications Station Kodiak held a change of command ceremony Thursday afternoon. Lieutenant Commander Peter Van Ness relieved Lieutenant Commander Michael Nasitka as commanding officer. Nasitka will now serve as executive officer aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Thetis in Key West, Florida.

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Jul 03 2009
Fireworks Tonight
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            Independence Day is almost here and that means its time for fireworks displays big and small.

KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with some of the people who help make sure that on Kodiak, Independence day is celebrated with a bang.

            The Kodiak fireworks display is scheduled for midnight tonight (Friday). The Holts and their crew of volunteers will light the display on Near Island.

 
Jul 03 2009
Burcham's Essay on Display in Nation's Capital
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            A local student's award-winning essay on why she is proud of her military family is on display at an exhibit on Capitol Hill this week as part of July 4th celebrations in Washington. 17-year-old Linzee Burcham, a recent Kodiak High School graduate, took first place in the eleventh and twelfth grade category of The Armed Services YMCA's Annual Essay and Art Contest in May.

            Burcham, the daughter of U.S. Coast Guardsman Terry Burcham and Jody Carman, wrote about a story her father once told her of a night rescue he performed in Hawaii in her winning essay. In the essay, she wrote, "I am astonished by all the stories I have heard growing up."

            Burcham's piece is currently being displayed along with the 25 other winning essays in the U.S. Senate's Russell Rotunda in an exhibit sponsored by U.S. Senator Herb Kohl of Wisconsin. Burcham received a 1,000-dollar U.S. savings bond for her winning essay. In May she said she will put the earnings toward college tuition. A three-sport, standout athlete at Kodiak High School, Burcham plans to attend the University of Alaska Anchorage, where she will run track, in the fall.

 
Jul 03 2009
Love Coffee? Fight Cancer
Friday, 03 July 2009

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           Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society's major fund raiser. It's an activity put on by communities around the nation, including Kodiak. For 24 hours starting the evening of July 24 local teams of up to 15 people will take to the track at Baranov Park in order to help raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.

           KMXT's Diana Gish found out about one team that's brewed up an unusual approach to raising money for the cause.

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Jul 02 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 02 July 2009

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            On this Independence Day Weekend edition of The Alaska Fisheries Report, processors put fishermen on limits in Bristol Bay again this year; Exxon shocks the world, and what's inside a crab that makes kids say "eew"? Also, the Southeast summer king season opens, as does the scallop fishery statewide, and the Kodiak Island Borough asks the feds to consider the effects of extinguishing so many Gulf cod licenses.  We had help from KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham, KBBI's Casey Kelly in Homer, KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Erik Wander and Fish Radio's Laine Welch, both in Kodiak and KFSK's Alex Hotz in Petersburg.

 
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