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Jul 03 2008
It's Pronounced "Two-Bob Crew"
Thursday, 03 July 2008

 

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            On Saturday, KMXT will present live in concert Toubab Krewe at the Fairgrounds, along with special guests, the Kodiak Island Drummers.

            Toubab Krewe is a five-member band from North Carolina that fuses West African rhythms with American musical styles. Afro-Pop World Wide’s tongue-in-cheek description of their genre is “Afro-Cowboy-Ninja-Surf” music.

            Jay Barrett spoke with one of the band’s percussionists, Luke Quaranta, right after they arrived in Homer for their Wednesday night show.

            The gates open for the Toubab Krewe concert at the Kodiak State Fairgrounds at 5 o’clock on Saturday. Tickets are available here at the KMXT studio, at the Treasury and Treasury Home stores downtown, and from any member of the Kodiak Island Drummers.

            There will be free shuttle buses running from the high school and the Harbormaster’s Office around 5 and 6 p.m., and will return a little after 10.

            The Toubab Krewe concert is a production of KMXT.

 
Jul 03 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report With Casey Kelly July 3
Thursday, 03 July 2008
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            From KMXT in Kodiak, this is the Alaska Fisheries Report. Coming up this week…

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Jul 03 2008
Bugs Do Dirty Work
Thursday, 03 July 2008

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            There is a business in Kodiak that has a unique method to prepare hunters’ big game trophies. The company, which has 50-thousand workers, would be the island’s largest employer by far, if the owner actually paid them. Mary Donaldson has more.

 

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Jul 02 2008
State Reaches Agreement On Nordic Viking Spill
Wednesday, 02 July 2008

 

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            The State of Alaska has come to a financial settlement with the former owners of the fishing vessel Nordic Viking. Almost a year ago the 130-foot boat ran aground off of Port Gravina in Prince William Sound, spilling 35-hundred gallons of diesel fuel. A Kodiak man, Dale Pruitt, was the skipper at the time of the grounding.

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Jul 02 2008
Marine Debris Littering Kodiak Coastlines
Wednesday, 02 July 2008

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            Constantly, tons of garbage floating in ocean waters washes onshore on beaches worldwide. In Alaska, the trash fouls beaches and interferes with wildlife habitats. A local nonprofit was formed a few years ago that deals with these issues in Kodiak. Mary Donaldson has this report.

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