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Gubernatorial Candidate Fisheries Debate

KMXT and the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce are pleased to bring you the Gubernatorial Candidate Fisheries Debate on Thursday, August 28 at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium and broadcast live on 100.1FM. The three candidates for the office of Governor - Sean Parnell, Bryron Mallot and Bill Walker will face off from 7 - 9pm. Attendees at the debate can write out questions for the candidates that may be used in the debate. 

 

Meanwhile, the City Council meeting will be broadcast live on our sister station, KODK 90.7FM.

 

Kodiak Public Broadcasting: Keeping you aprised of local and statewide politics. Just another idea that's worth supporting!

 
KPBC Annual Meeting

We'll be hosting our annual meeting on September 6 at the Kodiak Inn Harbor Room. All members are invited and encouraged to attend! Keep an eye on your mailbox for your invitation. This years business meeting will include a multi media presentation of this year's happenings, an opportunity to meet the staff and for you, our members, to vote on incoming board members. 

 

The meeting schedule is as follows:

6pm - 6:30pm Sign in

6:30 - 7:30pm Complimentary Dinner

7:30pm Business Meeting

 

Please call us at 486-3181 with any questions.  

 
Nov 07 2008
Documentary: Female 'Professional' Skateboarding Thrives in Kodiak.
Friday, 07 November 2008

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           Hannah Kaplan, a Kodiak High School senior, has produced a short documentary film exploring the world of 'professional' female skateboarders in Kodiak.

            Kaplan's film will be screened on December 13th at the Beartooth Movie Theater during the Anchorage International Film Festival. You can see her movie on YouTube .

 
Nov 06 2008
Gary Stevens Organizes Senate Coalition Majority
Thursday, 06 November 2008

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          There will be another majority coalition in the Alaska State Senate this upcoming session. With Democrats picking up two seats this year, the 20-seat senate is split right down the middle.

          Kodiak Senator Gary Stevens, who is now the senate president, put together this year's majority coalition, roughly along the same lines as the one that ran the state senate the past two years. Like before, there are more Democrats than Republicans in the coalition, but this year the difference is even greater. All 10 senate Democrats are joined by only three of the senate's 10 Republicans.

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Nov 06 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 06 November 2008

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            On this week's show: Alaska Senator Ted Stevens has the slimmest of leads in his re-election bid, the hearing into the sinking of the Katmai wrapped up, the EPA has turned over water quality permitting to the state of Alaska, and Kodiak tanner fishermen are looking at a catch 20-percent less than last season. All that plus a visit with The Time Bandit's skipper while he's delivering in Saint Paul, and ... Sea Kittens.

 

 
Nov 05 2008
Kodiak Election Breakdown
Wednesday, 05 November 2008

House District 36 Tally (PDF)

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            Voter turn out in Tuesday's General Election was moderate to high in Kodiak. Of 10,480 registered voters, 4,170 cast ballots. That's a turnout of very nearly 40 percent.

            District 36 residents went for the McCain-Palin ticket 2,649 to 1,385 for Obama/Biden. Of course, Obama won the national vote.

            In the race for U.S. Senate, residents preferred Democrat Mark Begich 2,181 over Ted Stevens, who received 1,706 votes. Stevens has a narrow edge over Begich statewide.

            Representative Don Young did prevail here, though, 2,090 to 1,830 over Ethan Berkowitz. Young was safely ahead of Berkowitz overall.

            And residents here also approved of the statewide transportation bond by a nearly 2-to-1 margin.

            There are 1,381 absentee votes still to be counted for District 36.

 
Nov 05 2008
City Manager Freed Announces Retirement
Wednesday, 05 November 2008

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            Kodiak City Manager Linda Freed has announced her retirement. She spoke with KMXT's Jay Barrett about her plans.

            Freed has been Kodiak city manager for eight years, before that, she worked for the Kodiak Island Borough for over 20.

 
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