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Registration Deadline Today

Jay Barrett/KMXT Today (Friday) is the deadline to register to vote in the Kodiak Municipal Election on October 7. Technically, the deadline is on Sunday, but to sign-up in person with a registrar at the city or borough clerks’ offices, the effective deadline is 5 p.m. Friday when their offices close. Read More »

Palin Vetoed 4-Million For Kodiak Schools Seismic Projects

Casey Kelly/KMXT Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is being praised for delivering an impressive speech Wednesday in accepting the role of running mate to Republican presidential contender John McCain. Palin touted her executive experience and said that if elected president, McCain would use veto power in "the public interest." KMXT’s Casey Kelly has a look at how well that statement is ... Read More »

Stevens Named To Leadership Of NCSL

Casey Kelly/KMXT District R State Senator Gary Stevens of Kodiak has been named to the Leadership Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures. Stevens has been a member of the NCSL’s Executive Committee since 2005, a role he will continue to play in the organization. Read More »

Mill Bay Repaving Prep Underway

Jay Barrett/KMXT Since last week, the driving conditions on Mill Bay Road have become even more challenging than usual, but, according to Kodiak Public Works Director Mark Kozak, by the time work is done, the road will be much improved. The bad news is it’ll be about three weeks before that happens, and it’ll get worst before it gets better. Read More »

Women’s Retreat: An Opportunity To Be Revived

Mary Donaldson/KMXT An independent committee of women from many different church congregations in Kodiak are hosting their 11th annual women’s retreat on Woody Island this weekend. Mary Donaldson had the chance to catch up with Questa Harper, an event organizer, at Camp Woody where she was busy getting ready for the retreat. Read More »

New Library Cause Taken Up By Ad Hoc Group

Jay Barrett/KMXT With the city of Kodiak struggling to build a new police station and jail, and the borough embarking on a 100-million-dollar-plus push for a new high school, there’s a group that believes there’s room for considering the construction of a new Kodiak library. The Kodiak Public Library Association, a private, ad hoc group, is spearheading the push for ... Read More »

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