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Jan 02 2009
Austerman Prepares Return to Juneau
Friday, 02 January 2009

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            Kodiak's Alan Austerman will be heading back to Juneau in a couple weeks, and will be treading on familiar ground. The life-long Kodiak resident will be returning to the Alaska Legislature, where he once served as a state representative and state senator. He also spent four years in the capital as Governor Frank Murkowski's fisheries advisor. He won election again to the house this fall, after six years out of office.

            Austerman was a guest on KMXT's Talk of the Rock on Tuesday, and fielded a whole range of questions about going back to Juneau and what he expects to be the issues at hand when the 26th Alaska Legislature is gaveled into order.

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Jan 02 2009
Quake Rattles Early Kodiak Risers
Friday, 02 January 2009

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            A 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck 45 miles Northeast of Kodiak City this morning. However, the Alaska Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer says the quake, which occurred at 5:17 a.m. was not strong enough to generate a tsunami. 

            Guy Urban is a scientist and senior watch stander with the warning center. He said the quake was moderate and not enough to cause great concern.

 

            Urban says earthquakes and after shocks are difficult to predict, but he said there are several precautions that should be taken for people living near water when a stronger earthquake occurs.

 

            Urban is grateful to all those who called the warning center with information. He encourages anyone to call when they believe they've felt an earthquake.

 

According to the Alaska Tsunami Warning Center, the location and magnitude of the earthquake are based on preliminary information. Further information will be issued by the United States Geological Survey later in the day and can be viewed on USGS Web site.

 

 
Jan 02 2009
Cold Weather Prep
Friday, 02 January 2009

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            With winter weather and colder than normal temperatures hitting the usually mild Kodiak, experts agree there are a few simple rules to follow when it comes to fire safety, automobiles and caring for pets as Alaskans brace for the cold. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Jan 02 2009
Dunbar Chooses University of Portland
Friday, 02 January 2009

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            The Oregonian newspaper is reporting that Kodiak High School senior Trevor Dunbar has selected the University of Portland as his college of choice this fall. Dunbar, the three-time defending state cross-country champion was considering several top running schools, including others in Oregon.

            The Portland Pilots finished seventh in last year's NCAA Cross Country Championships. Oregonian writer Doug Binder says Dunbar going to U of Portland is a major recruiting win for the small college, especially since the national champion Oregon Ducks were also on Dunbar's short list.

            In October, Dunbar set a course record at the Adidas Cross Country Classic held in Portland. Last month, he took second in the Foot Locker National High School Championships in San Diego.

            Tune into KMXT Monday morning for more on this story.

 
Dec 31 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Wednesday, 31 December 2008

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          On this first show of 2009, we glance back at the year that was, and look forward to what might be in the new year. Also, cod prices are plummeting and a fisherman in Japan builds the Prius of the Sea. All that and more coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

 
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