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Borough Lawsuits Come To An End

Casey Kelly/KMXT The long and often ugly series of lawsuits between the Kodiak Island Borough and members of the borough assembly appears to have finally come to an end, as the latest lawsuit was settled for 16,700 dollars in legal fees. The case came to a close earlier this month when the borough’s insurance pool, the Alaska Municipal League Joint ... Read More »

Camps Pass On Alutiiq Culture To Youth

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The last Dig Afognak camp for kids ended yesterday (Tuesday). Mary Donaldson had the opportunity to experience the camp for a day to speak with camp coordinators, elders and gain insight into what youth take away from these camps. Read More »

KMXT Debuts Talk Of The Rock On Tuesday

Casey Kelly/KMXT In case you missed it, KMXT debuted the new Talk of the Rock today, in its new time slot Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m., following the KMXT Midday Report. Casey Kelly hosted, and his guest was Justin Oldham, the author of Tales From The Kodiak Starport, a book of science fiction short stories, set at the Kodiak Launch Complex ... Read More »

KMXT Debuts Talk Of The Rock On Tuesday

Casey Kelly/KMXT In case you missed it, KMXT debuted the new Talk of the Rock today, in its new time slot Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m., following the KMXT Midday Report. Casey Kelly hosted, and his guest was Justin Oldham, the author of Tales From The Kodiak Starport, a book of science fiction short stories, set at the Kodiak Launch Complex ... Read More »

Senate Backs Moratorium On Discharge Permits

Casey Kelly/KMXT The U-S Senate today (Tuesday) unanimously passed a bill written by Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, which gives commercial fishing boats and other small commercial vessels a two-year moratorium from permits for discharges under the Clean Water Act. Read More »

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