Radio pieces


Warmer waters do well unto this year’s hatchery salmon

by Alexis Kenyon
June 27, 2012 1:04

Crystal Lake Hatchery manager, Loren Thompson, says warmer waters are doing well unto young hatchery salmon.

The early reviews are positive for equipment installed at the Crystal Lake hatchery on Mitkof Island, 18 miles south of Petersburg. Last year the hatchery installed a heat exchanger to provide warmer water for young salmon. As Alexis Kenyon reports, it will be a few more years before anyone knows for certain if the project has worked.

Petersburg youth read their way to the stars

by Alexis Kenyon
August 8, 2012 12:06 pm

Over a hundred Petersburg youth read their way, star by star, through the universe this summer. The annual Petersburg library reading competition offered up prizes and an ice cream sundae party for kids up to 5th grade who completed the two month space-themed reading program.

 Little League break-in

by Alexis Kenyon
July 16, 2012 3:53 pm

Thieves with a sweet tooth broke into the concession stand at Petersburg’s little league field and stole the entire stock of hotdogs, candy and soda last Wednesday night.Alexis Kenyon caught up with Parks and Recreation director, Don Hayes at the ball field to talk about the break in.

Board calls no penalty on indoor hockey

by Alexis Kenyon
June 28, 2012 10:17 am

Members of the club and the director of Parks and Recreation made their cases to the board Monday night about continuing hockey in the community gym.

Survivors of Torture Join Together for Support 

People who have been severely traumatized often never fully recover. Orlando Tisum knows that. He is a survivor of torture and he has dedicated his life to helping others like himself.

Housing May Be Therapeutic For Homeless

For 7 years, 60-year-old, Walter Douglas Brooks trudged through the streets of D.C., looking for a bed and a free meal. Today, off the streets and into an apartment funded by the Housing First program, Brooks says he has regained a sense of purpose.

Teen Fathers Search for Support

May 08, 2009 – In D.C., the number of teen pregnancies has dropped by 57 percent in the last 10 years. But, as Alexis Kenyon reports, becoming a father is something that many boys don’t consider until it’s too late..



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