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Chiniak Fire 2015, Release No. 12
Kodiak, Alaska — Friday, August 28 — The shelter at the Kodiak Middle School was inactivated.
 
People in need of Red Cross services may contact Red Cross volunteers at (907) 942-5059.
 
The Kodiak emergency operations center is now supporting the State Division of Forestry crews who are on location in the Chiniak area.
 
We encourage you to continue to listen to KMXT for updated information and also watch for updates on the Kodiak Police Department Facebook page.  
 
Jul 24 2009
Council Massages Cod LLP Letter to Locke
Friday, 24 July 2009

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            At its Tuesday night work session, the Kodiak City Council went over two drafts of is proposed letter to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce regarding the imminent reduction in fixed gear cod permits in the Gulf of Alaska.

            City Councilman Terry Haines brought in his revisions to the draft that City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski (Kenya-zhoff-ski) wrote, and the other councilmembers weighed in with their suggestions.

            Haines' letter basically asks that the license reduction plan put forth by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council be put on hold until its ramifications can be determined.

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Jul 24 2009
Kodiak Walmart Replacing Fabric Section
Friday, 24 July 2009

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            Some local crafters have been concerned by reports of changes to our local Walmart. KMXT's Diana Gish has the story:

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Jul 23 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 23 July 2009

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           On this week's show: Where does your port rank in landings? Bristol Bay is busting through the 30-million mark in sockeye catch, plus, Yukon protests and the return of shrimping to southeast. We had help from KDLG's Adam Kane and Mike Mason in Dillingham, KNOM's Jesse Zink in Nome, and KHNS' Nicholas Szatkowski in Haines.

 
Jul 23 2009
Sloan Still Rockin' the Blues - Plays Kodiak Saturday Night
Thursday, 23 July 2009

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            As part of the ongoing KMXT Concert Series, Alaska blues legend Gary Sloan will be performing a benefit concert Saturday night at the Mecca here in Kodiak. Jay Barrett has more.

            Gary Sloan and his band will be joined on stage by Kodiak drummer Bear Becker, when they perform Saturday night at the Mecca Lounge. As an extra added bonus, it'll be a no-smoking show. Tickets for this KMXT benefit concert are available at our studios and at The Treasury on the Mall.

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Jul 23 2009
Youth Push for New High School
Thursday, 23 July 2009

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            At the most recent Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meeting, over 20 residents spoke during the citizens' comments portion of the meeting. While many of the comments were in support of renewing Threshold Services recycling contract, other citizens took advantage of the opportunity to speak in favor or against the issuance of bonds to fund a new high school. Included in the high number of speakers was a group not usually represented at borough meetings: recent Kodiak High School graduates.

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