Tag Archives: Fairbanks

Alaska Salvation Army to ring bells in July

(Photo Courtesy of Salvation Army of Kodiak) Lt. Jason Waggnor and Engineer Matt Corriere with Bayside Fire Department. Daysha Eaton/KMXT Alaskans are used to hearing the ringing of the Salvation Army bells at Christmastime. Now, they’ll be hearing them in July. “So, just like Christmas where we ring all month long in the month of December, this one, we’re just going to do …

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The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week, Cook Inlet setnetters finally get a break; there’ll be no Frankenfish Bill this year in Congress; Southeast Kings come up short, while the Copper River sockeye run is nearing a record…. and crewmen: if you think your skipper is tough on you, wait till you hear the story of the shotgun-toting Canadian skipper. We had help …

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The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Coming up this week: How ObamaCare may help independent fishing families; processing fish and creating jobs in Kake, and sharing fish on the Yukon. All that, and the Dungy season in Southeast got off to a better start this summer than last. We had help this week from KCAW’s Ed Ronco in Sitka, KHNS’s Margaret Friedenauer in Haines, KUAC’s Dan …

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