Programs

The Alaska Fisheries Report With Jay Barrett

In this week’s show, the North Pacific Management Council is meeting right now in Anchorage, with halibut and crab at the top of the agenda. Catch guidelines have been announced for the Bering Sea crab seasons; there’s an impending shortage of fishery scientists; and do ergonomics and fishing go together? All that and much more on the Alaska Fisheries Report ... Read More »

Talk of The Rock – Duhks Return

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Jay Barrett/KMXT On today’s Talk of The Rock, host Jay Barrett talks with Leonard Podolak, the founder and banjo player of The Duhks, who will be playing in Kodiak on Sunday. Individual tickets and family passes for the concert are available at KMXT and at The Treasury on The Mall. Read More »

Talk of The Rock – Duhks Return

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Jay Barrett/KMXT On today’s Talk of The Rock, host Jay Barrett talks with Leonard Podolak, the founder and banjo player of The Duhks, who will be playing in Kodiak on Sunday. Individual tickets and family passes for the concert are available at KMXT and at The Treasury on The Mall. Read More »

Alaska Fisheries Report with Mary Donaldson

Mary Donaldson/KMXT This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report from KMXT, Mary Donaldson has a preview of the North Pacific Fishery Managment Council meeting next week, low returns in Southeast are causing problems for salmon hatcheries, and is rationalization the only way to save global fisheries? One study says it is. All that and more on the Alaska Fisheries Report. Read More »

Talk of The Rock – Ballot Propositions

Host Jay Barrett talks about the two ballot propositions that will face Kodiak Island Borough voters two weeks from now in the Municipal Elections. They are the $115-Million bond for a new Kodiak High School and an exemption for borough officials from filing state financial disclosure forms. Guests are Bob Brodie, a booster for the new high school and Assemblywoman ... Read More »

Talk of The Rock – Ballot Propositions

Host Jay Barrett talks about the two ballot propositions that will face Kodiak Island Borough voters two weeks from now in the Municipal Elections. They are the $115-Million bond for a new Kodiak High School and an exemption for borough officials from filing state financial disclosure forms. Guests are Bob Brodie, a booster for the new high school and Assemblywoman ... Read More »

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