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The Kasukuak Dancers are made up of local Akhiok school students. Their dance group has been actively dancing with a variety of community members since at least 1991.
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Jazmine White Amodo technically graduated in December as one of two local seniors in the class of 2024. Since she finished school she has been helping to teach the other 11 students at the local school as a teacher’s aide.
Midday Report
  • Mike Cox resigned from the Kotzebue police department after making racist comments.
    Photo courtesy of the City of Kotzebue
    On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: A group of young Alaskans is suing the state of Alaska in an attempt to block construction of the trans-Alaska natural gas pipeline. A Kotzebue police sergeant has resigned after making racist comments on social media. And Alaskans investing in renewable energy for their homes could tap into a “green bank”, eventually.
Talk of the Rock
  • On this week's Talk of the Rock, host Jared Griffin speaks with Mary Forbes, president of the Kodiak Public Broadcasting Corporation's Board of Directors, and Patricia Ossowski, chair of the Community Advisory Board, about what it's like to serve on a nonprofit board.
Alaska Fisheries Report
  • Trainees take part in an Alaska Marine Safety Education Association exercise.
    Alaska Marine Safety Association.
    This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Terry Haines: KMXT's Davis Hovey reports on a bill that would eliminate double vessel registration for fishermen, Alaska Public Media's Liz Ruskin reports on new bycatch bills from Rep. Mary Peltola, Copper River salmon season has started, according to KUAC's Dan Bross, and it is drill conductor training season for the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association.