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12_dog_image.jpgTis the season when communities band together and support those in need. This year, that includes your public radio station. December 12 - 24, make a special holiday contribution to KMXT and you'll recieve a special 12 Days of Giving ornament for your tree -- special edition keepsake, friends. We all love those. 

 

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Aug 26 2008
KEA Gets $38M From USDA To Buy Terror Lake
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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Kodiak Electric Association and U.S. Department of Agriculture officials pose with a giant check for 38-million dollars. The loan from the federal agency will help KEA purchase the Terror Lake hydroelectric plant. (Photo by Casey Kelly/KMXT)

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         Kodiak Electric Association has received a big boost in its efforts to purchase the Terror Lake hydro plant from the Four Dam Pool. A 38-million dollar loan from the United States Department of Agriculture's Rural Utility Service, announced Monday, will go along way toward ensuring that KEA will reach its goal of 95 percent renewable energy by the year 2020. KMXT's Casey Kelly reports.

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Aug 26 2008
Tuesday Talk of the Rock
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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Classes resumed this week in the Kodiak Island Borough School District, and on KMXT's Tuesday Talk of the Rock, host Jay Barrett discusses the state of the schools and why a new high school is needed in Kodiak. He's joined by guests Ron Fried, KIBSD assistant superintendent, and district director of operations Scott Williams.

 
Aug 26 2008
Kodiak Featured In National Ad Campaign
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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petal-vaseline.jpgPetal Ruch poses before a map of her friends in Kodiak who she's recomm- ending Vaseline lotion to. (Mary Donaldson photo)

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Vaseline brand lotion has chosen Kodiak as the main location to produce an ad campaign for its new clinical strength product. One local resident will be the star of the campaign, which will also include many more Kodiak residents. KMXT’s Mary Donaldson has more.

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Aug 26 2008
Kodiak Gets The Chance To Think Outside The Bun
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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tacobell-kfc.jpgTaco Bell/KFC employees scramble to keep up with orders on opening day. (Mary Donaldson photo)

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            Kodiak’s brand new Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell is Yum Brands first store combination of its kind in Alaska, and had it’s grand opening to the public Monday.

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Aug 26 2008
It's Primary Election Day
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

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            The polls are open today for the Alaska Primary Election. Voting in town will be at Bayside Fire Hall, Teen Center, the Harbormaster’s Office, Women’s Bay Fire Hall, the Chiniak Library, as well as in village offices. 

            Depending on which ballot one chooses, you can vote either in the open primary, which includes Democrats, Alaska Independence and Libertarian party candidates, or in the closed Republican primary. To choose the closed primary ballot, you must be registered Republican, Undeclared or Non-Partisan.

            For the U.S. House race on the Republican side is Kodiak’s Gabrielle LeDoux, who, along with Sean Parnell, is challenging incumbent Representative Don Young.

            On the other ballot are Democrats Diane Benson and Ethan Berkowitz, and Alaska Independence candidate Don Wright.

            U.S. Senator Ted Stevens is also facing challenges from within his own Republican party, including Rich Wanda, Vick Vickers, Rick Sikma, Jerry Heikes, David Cuddy and Michael Correy.

            Running for U.S. Senate on the Democrat side are Frank Vondersaar, Ray Metcalfe and Mark Begich, as well as A-I-P candidate Bob Bird and Libertarian David Haase.

            For State House District 36 there is one race, on the Democrat side, with two political newcomers seeking the nomination. They are Dave Kaplan and Andy Lundquist.

            Voters will also have to give thumbs-up or thumbs-down to a quartet of initiatives.

            Ballot Measure Number 1 would establish a state gaming commission, which would have the power to expand charitable gaming to include casinos and lotteries.

            Ballot Measure Number 2 would ban same-day shooting of grizzly bears and require that predator control be carried out by Fish and Game employees rather than be farmed out to private citizens.

            Ballot Measure Number 3 is the Clean Elections Initiative, which would establish a voluntary program of public funding of political candidates in an effort to cut down on financial influence of elections.

            Ballot Measure Number 4 is the Clean Water Initiative, which would return Alaska’s water quality standards at large-scale mines to pre-Murkowski Administration levels. It’s designed to ensure that very large mines to not pollute salmon streams or drinking water supplies.

            Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. Tune into KMXT tonight for coverage of the statewide issues with APRN’s Steve Heimel, and of local issues with Casey Kelly. We’ll have complete results starting with tomorrow morning’s 7:20 newscast.

 
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