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Aug 28 2009
Local Brewers Attend Hops School
Friday, 28 August 2009

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             History's first commercial brewers worked under the sign of the alchemist. But instead of turning metal to gold their specialty was turning grain into beer. Since they didn't know about yeast, those early beer-making alchemists attributed the brewing process to magic. They were known to perform elaborate rituals in an attempt to replicate whatever worked for them in the past. These days the science of making beer is better understood. Instead of conducting rituals and conjuring spells, modern brewers can take classes to quench their thirst for better beer making. And as KMXT's Diana Gish reports, Kodiak's local brewers are doing just that.

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Aug 28 2009
City Council Agrees to Borough Land Transfer
Friday, 28 August 2009

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            After months of delay and debate, the Kodiak City Council last night voted to give the borough enough land on Near Island to build a new headquarters for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The resolution, which was first postponed in March, and then again in May, transfers the land to the Kodiak Island Borough, which would build the structure and lease it to the state.

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Aug 28 2009
Trawlers Hold Back, Allowing Processors to Finish Pinks
Friday, 28 August 2009

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            For the fourth year in a row Kodiak trawlers have voted to forego some of their pollock openings to allow processors the chance to finish up with pink salmon before getting another slug of fish. Al Burch is the executive director of the Alaska Whitefish Trawlers Association. He says the vote to keep their nets out of the water was unanimous.

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Aug 27 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 27 August 2009

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            On this week's show, the salmon return to Lower Cook Inlet has been strong this year; Pelican's lone processor stays closed for the second summer in a row; and the importance of the cold storage facility in Wrangell. Also, EVOS interest payments are coming, and ASMI is teaming up with Pacific Fishing Magazine and Alaska Airline in a photocontest. All that and do you have RSW?  We had help this week from KBBI's Marcia Lynn in Homer, KSTK's Lisa Phu in Wrangell, KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham, and Deck Boss Blogger Wesley Loy in Anchorage.

 

 
Aug 27 2009
Alutiiq Weavers Wanted for Russian Trip
Thursday, 27 August 2009

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            Local weavers of Alutiiq descent are wanted for an educational exchange with a museum in Saint Petersburg Russia.

KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with Katie Saint John, the grants writer and administrator for the Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak to find out more.

 
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