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Sister Marie Brent

2014 INTERVIEW WITH SISTER MARIE BRENT KVAK’s Laurie Prax had a chance to interview Sister Marie in 2014.  

Rhythm Future Quartet

Rhythm Future Quartet sat down with the staff of KVAK to discuss their concert and music

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VHS Senior Shoutouts

Would you like to send a shoutout to your favorite VHS graduate? For $25, KVAK will post your shoutout online and play it on the air on graduation day! Sign up by Monday, May 14th then watch […]

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  • While waiting for winter to become summer, outdoors lovers turn to beauty pageants April 23, 2018
    It is a tough time of year for those who prefer to spend their time outdoors.Snowmobiling is at the marginal state in most locations other than the Denali Highway, especially in the afternoons. Ice fishing is still fair, but lake access is becoming tougher on ponds that are a distance from the highway. Bird hunting […]
  • These are the languages spoken in Anchorage students’ homes April 23, 2018
    About 78 percent of Anchorage students live in a home where English is regularly spoken. Among the rest, there are 101 languages.Here's a breakdown of the number of students who have a language other than English spoken at home, based on data from the Anchorage School District.(The languages with an asterisk indicate there are five or […]
  • Museum and pot shop proposed for old Crush Wine Bistro building in downtown Anchorage April 22, 2018
    The owner of Talkeetna's only marijuana shop wants to expand his operations into a downtown Anchorage building across from Nordstrom, with the idea of putting an Alaska mountaineering and aviation museum and gallery on the ground floor and a dispensary upstairs.Some neighbors say it's a great idea, but the problem is the location: There's an […]
  • Alaskans, it’s time to comment on the Pebble mine April 22, 2018
    The Pebble Limited Partnership is continuing to advance its controversial mining project near Bristol Bay by forging ahead with its development plan, all while ignoring the voices of most Alaskans.For more than a decade, Pebble has been trying to sell Bristol Bay on the idea of a major gold and copper mine at the headwaters of the world's largest […]
  • The sweet fruit of education April 22, 2018
    Alaska's 30th Legislature is diligently working to complete the session. Nevertheless, important work is still to be done. Much attention is focused on completing the largest state responsibility, public education. As I have participated in the testimony over the session, it reminds me of what an ancient leader, educator, and philosopher, Aristotle, once said, "The […]

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