Recent News

Council Considers Harvester-to-Customer Sale

Kodiak harbor downtown. (Photo by Joseph / Flickr) Kayla Desroches/KMXT Fishermen may soon be able to sell their catches directly from their vessels. At a work session tonight, the Kodiak City Council will discuss a code amendment that would allow the sale of fresh seafood from city harbors. Last year, the council received a public sentiment petition with almost 70 ... Read More »

Assembly Candidate Profile: Andy Schroeder

(Photo courtesy of Andy Schroeder) Mitch Borden/KMXT There are eight people running for the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly this year. To help our listeners get to know the candidates, KMXT will be airing profiles of them every Tuesday and Thursday leading up to the election. KMXT sat down with Andy Schroeder to discuss why he wants to be an Assemblyman. ... Read More »

Art Project Encourages Salmon Discussion

Children write responses to fisheries-based questions. Kitty Farnham sits far right. (Photo by Kayla Desroches / KMXT) Kayla Desroches/KMXT The first cohort of Alaska Salmon Fellows is wrapping up its pilot year with final projects. The program brings together different innovators in the state, from policy makers to artists, and prompts them to start discussions about the salmon industry. Local ... Read More »

Brewery Pursues Deck Construction

Beer. (Photo by Susan Ujka / Flickr) Kayla Desroches/KMXT The Kodiak Island Brewery is moving up in the world – literally expanding up into a second level. The owner, Ben Millstein, is looking into installing a deck above the covered entryway. To do that, Millstein needs to increase off-street parking requirements and to do that he needs to go through ... Read More »

Art Exhibit Features Relationship Between Alaskans and Salmon

Deborah Bitanga. (Photo by Kayla Desroches / KMXT) Kayla Desroches/KMXT A multimedia art exhibit Thursday night encouraged discussion about the relationships between Alaskans and salmon. The Baranov Museum displayed the locally-made photographs and art pieces via projector. Local Deborah Bitanga was among the featured artists. She completed her drawing as part of Washington University’s Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program. She ... Read More »

The Borough Assembly Approves a New Kind of Zoning District

Mitch Borden/KMXT At its regular meeting last night, the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly passed an ordinance that created the Residential Small Lot Single-Family District, or RSL. This could allow homes to be built on smaller pieces of land than allowed in the past. Developers will have to apply to create this district, and the smallest lot allowed to be subdivided ... Read More »

Assembly Candidate Profile: Sandra Katelnikoff-Lester

(Photo courtesy of Sandra Katelnikoff-Lester) Mitch Borden/KMXT There are eight people running for the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly this year. To help our listeners get to know the candidates, KMXT will be airing profiles of them every Tuesday and Thursday leading up to the election. KMXT sat down with Sandra Katelnikoff-Lester to discuss her campaign for the borough assembly. Sandra Katelnikoff-Lester ... Read More »

Free WordPress Themes - Download High-quality Templates