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New School Board Member Appointed

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The Kodiak Island School Board traded one Peggy for another as they announced its newest member this (Wednesday) afternoon. The board appointed Peggy Rauwolf to replace outgoing member Peggy Tuttle.

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Archaeological Dig Begins Today

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The Baranov and Alutiiq Museums are teaming up to begin an excavation at the historic Baranov Museum site as a part of their Bicentennial Archaeology Project. Mary Donaldson has more.

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Lane Dividers Block Business Access

Jay Barrett/KMXT Cement medians laid down this week in the middle of Rezanof Drive between The Y and Marine Way has taken motorists and some business owners in the area by surprise. The barriers are meant to restrict left-hand turns in the city’s busiest traffic bottleneck.

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USCG Middle East Commander Calls Kodiak Home


Capt. Matthew Bell, commanding officer of Coast Guard Patrol Forces Southwest Asia, salutes Capt. Glenn Grahl at a change of command ceremony for Coast Guard forces in the Middle East Monday. The salute signifies that Capt. Bell has properly relieved Capt. Grahl. Bell and his family live in Kodiak. (Coast Guard photo by ETC Christopher Smith, Patrol Forces Southwest Asia). …

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School Board To Announce New Member Wednesday

Casey Kelly/KMXT Most of the major players are out of town, but the Kodiak Island Borough Board of Education plans to hold a special meeting telephonically tomorrow (Wednesday) to select a replacement for Peggy Tuttle, who resigned from the board recently. KMXT’s Casey Kelly reports.

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Brewery Offers Locally Filtered Water

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The beer that you buy at the Kodiak Island Brewing Company is made with water from local streams, filtered right here in town. And now it’s being used for more than just brewing beer. A month ago, the brewery began selling inexpensive, locally filtered water. Mary Donaldson has more.

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