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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.

 
Dec 31 2008
KMXT Listeners Bring Cheer to Brother Francis Shelter Residents
Wednesday, 31 December 2008

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            KMXT once again sponsored the Giving Tree at Brother Francis Shelter this Christmas, providing gifts to patrons of the shelter. Brother Francis Shelter director Monty Hawver said the program was a success.

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Dec 31 2008
ADFG Tests Kodiak Deer for CWD
Wednesday, 31 December 2008

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            Each year the Alaska Department of Fish and Game asks deer hunters to donate the heads of their catch so they can be tested for Chronic Wasting Disease. The disease is not prevalent in Alaska, but it is a problem the lower 48. Fish and Game is currently conducting a testing program to monitor for the possible appearance of the disease in Alaska and has a drop box where people can deposit their deer heads for testing. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Dec 30 2008
A Windfall After the Storm
Tuesday, 30 December 2008

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            Dozens of spruce trees were blown over on Friday during a day-long northwesterly windstorm. Several trees, from Mill Bay Road to Otmeloi fell into transmission lines, causing scattered and sometimes repeated power outages for some residents.

            Quite possibly the most popular man in town right now is tree surgeon Dennis Symmons, who has been busy since Friday morning. First it was trying to secure trees from causing property damage during the storm, and since then helping property owners cope with trees that could pose future problems.

            He said relatively warm temperatures and heavy rain in the month prior to the storm kept the ground from freezing as much as usual, leaving exposed trees susceptible to the winter storm.

            He says the conditions were a rare enough combination that some trees were not capable of handing it.

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