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Fireworks Rescheduled For August 31

Jay Barrett/KMXT Because of the torrential rain and fog that plagued the city of Kodiak on and about the Fourth of July, the annual fireworks show was postponed twice, and ultimately cancelled. But now word comes from City Hall that a new date has been set for the display.

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All Star Boys Playing In Anchorage

{audio}/mages/stories/mp3/080717.littleleagueanchupdate.mp3″] Mary Donaldson/KMXT The 11 and 12 year old Little League all star boys are one and one in the district one double elimination tournament in Anchorage.

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Control Problems Cause Power Outage

Mary Donaldson/KMXT Residents in the Monashka Bay and Dark Lake areas were left without power for about 15 minutes this morning. At about 7-o-7 this morning, the Terror Lake Unit two generator experienced control problems which caused it to go offline. Nancy Sweeney, Kodiak Electric Association’s communications specialist says that in order to balance the electric system, some circuits around …

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Kodiak Still Amongst Top Fishing Ports

Casey Kelly/KMXT Kodiak is once again amongst the top fishing ports in the nation, both in terms of tons of fish landed and the value of the catch. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its annual list of the top fishing ports today (Thursday). For 2007, Kodiak ranked fourth in the nation for landings with about 320 million pounds …

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Surfing At Your Service

Mary Donaldson/KMXT A twenty-three-year-old Kodiak man wants to put Kodiak surfing on the map, while also offering surfing supplies and services. Mary Donaldson has more.

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New Offices To Be Built On Near Island

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The Rasmusen Foundation, a private organization that supports nonprofits statewide, recently awarded 11 point-nine million dollars to businesses across the state. One of the recipients was Kodiak Area Native Association, which will use the money to build on Near Island. Mary Donaldson has more.

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