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Aug 19 2008
Talk Of The Rock: Kodiak College
Tuesday, 19 August 2008

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            It's a busy time at Kodiak College. Classes start in two weeks. Next week is open enrollment time and new student orientation, and classes are already filling up. KMXT's Casey Kelly hosts this Talk of the Rock with guests Jenny Myrick, the Kodiak College registrar, English Professor Jared Griffin, and Education Program Director Delany Smith.

 
Aug 19 2008
Cruise Ship Bypasses Kodiak Due To Foul Weather
Tuesday, 19 August 2008

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            The 857-foot Sun Princess cruise ship cancelled its port of call in Kodiak today (Tuesday) due to rough seas and high winds.

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Aug 19 2008
Rare Ocean Bird Breeds On Kodiak Island
Tuesday, 19 August 2008

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            The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Geological Survey are teaming up in funding a research project aimed at studying a rare coastal bird in Alaska, which has recently been discovered to take up part of Kodiak Island as their breeding grounds.

 

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Aug 19 2008
Assembly To Accept Solid Waste Report Thursday
Tuesday, 19 August 2008

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            When the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meets Thursday, the issue of solid waste will again be on the agenda. The assembly faces three items dealing with a draft solid waste master plan prepared for the borough by Bell and Associates. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Aug 18 2008
Eco Challenge Tests Participants' Mettle
Monday, 18 August 2008

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Participants in the 6th annual Kodiak Eco-Challenge gather at Nemetz Park Saturday prior to the start of the race. It took more than 10 hours for the winning team to finish. (Photo courtesy Pam Foreman).

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        Ten hours, 19 minutes and four seconds. That was the winning time at the sixth annual Kodiak Eco-Challenge held this weekend. Ten four-person teams participated in the event on Saturday, which turned out to be even more challenging than expected. KMXT volunteer Pam Foreman has more.

 
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