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Jun 17 2009
Bear Town Market Open Again Friday
Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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            Local artists and shop owners will have a chance to peddle their wares Friday at the second Bear Town Market, a bazaar consisting of local vendors selling a variety of products and gift items. Organizers are hoping to make it an regular market event, coinciding with cruise ship visits.

 

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Jun 16 2009
Talk of The Rock - Lucy Kaplansky
Tuesday, 16 June 2009

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             On this week's Talk of the Rock, host Jay Barrett welcomes singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky, who is performing in Kodiak tonight (Tuesday), along with Anchorage's Emily Kurn, as part of the KMXT Concert Series.

             Tickets are available at The Treasurey on The Mall and at KMXT's studios. Discount Family Ticket Package available.

 
Jun 16 2009
Alaska Seafood Used in Worldwide Aid Programs
Tuesday, 16 June 2009

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            Not all Alaska seafood sells for 20 dollars a pound at tony outside fish markets. Some reaches the millions of needy people in the U.S. and abroad through the coordinated efforts of the Alaska fishing industry, the state and non-governmental organizations operating food aid programs. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Jun 16 2009
School District Pushes for New Bonds
Tuesday, 16 June 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough School District presented possible funding options for projects at the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly's work session Thursday. Included were proposed bonds for Kodiak High School at a total cost of 80-million dollars and a less expensive list of renewal and replacement projects to be completed over the next four years.

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Jun 16 2009
The Sounds of Racing
Tuesday, 16 June 2009

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            Kodiak's 10th annual Soap Box Derby  took place under perfect weather conditions Saturday. KMXT's Diana Gish was there and recorded some of the sounds and voices of the event. 

            In the Stock Class, Niquolas Medina took first place, with Nick Doerkson second. The "Best Looking" Stock Car award went to Chelsea Jackson.

            In the Super Stock Class, first place went to Madison Kersch, and coming in second was J. Berkley Kersch. The "Best Looking" Super Stock car award was awarded to Joseph Doerkson. 

            Kodiak's Soap Box Derby also provided an opportunity to help a local family. The Lion's Club auxiliary group, "The Leo's," raised over 700 dollars for the Pickett family who lost their home in a fire on Thursday.

 
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