Month: January 2014

Honor Band Performs In Soldotna

Each year, some of the Peninsula’s most talented young musicians gather for two days to put on a concert at the Honor-Mass High School Band Festival. This year’s event features guest conductor Dan Bukvich from the University of Idaho. The band will be performing several selections, including one by Bukvich.

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SMH: Silver Bullet?

In two weeks, the state Board of Fish will begin meetings to deal with Upper Cook Inlet fishing issues. Chief among them, managing the various fisheries in the area in a time when king salmon are struggling. One of the proposals the Board will review seeks a new way to commercially harvest sockeye salmon while letting the kings back into the river.

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KDLL Seeks New Station Manager

KDLL seeks an energetic, dynamic leader to help grow our local, public radio station with a large and diverse audience.

The Station Manager will represent KDLL in the community and develop the professional relationships necessary to build the foundation of KDLL’s next phase of growth. KDLL is a small operation, but has a long history and a bright future.Increasing membership, underwriting and volunteer opportunities will be priorities.

Qualified applicants will have a proven track record of fundraising in the non-profit sector, excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience with and knowledge of online platforms, including social media and web-based content management systems and, most importantly, a passion for promoting public broadcasting and its role in the community.

Full job description and application guidelines here.

Assembly Set For First 2014 Meeting

When the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly reconvenes for its first meeting of 2014, there will be a lot of commending resolutions, grant appropriations and other fairly routine business on the agenda. That’s a sharp contrast from a year ago, when one of 2013’s most contentious issues took center stage from the get-go.

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