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Lauren Adams

General Manger

On air during the 2015 pledge drive.
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Lauren is a longtime resident of Unalaska. She started her time at UCB working in television production for Channel 8 in 2002. Lauren was promoted to station manager in 2006, and enjoys working with an excellent staff and board to provide public radio and television programming to the community of Unalaska.

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Thank you, Unalaska, for making the Channel 8 Auction a big success.

Jim Paulin

The Channel 8 Auction will take place on ONE NIGHT this year and the theme is Old School Channel 8.  Don't miss the action on Saturday, April 22.  We're bringing back bidding on white boards instead of computers, and we'll show your favorite vintage clips from the Channel 8 Archives.  This is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and we can't wait to bring it to you live on Channel 8 Television.  A big shout out to our friends at the Norwegian Rat for incorporating our auction into their 1990s night festivities.

Genee Shaishnikoff

The Unalaska Raiders are headed to state.  The boys’ basketball team qualified for the state tournament last weekend, winning all three of their regional games.

The girls' team narrowly missed a state berth. They won their first game against Dillingham 40-43, and went on to play Bristol Bay.  Bristol Bay outscored the Raiders 53-28.  The girls made a second bid for the State Tournament on Saturday, when they faced Dillingham for a second time.  They lost the second seed spot to Dillingham by just four points.  Alleri Tungul and Kayla Villamor made the All Tournament team.

KUCB

Unalaska's preschool program held their annual fundraiser, the Ice Cream Social, on Sunday, February 12th.  Follow the link below to see Channel 8's coverage of the event.

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for the Unalaska area from 6AM to 4PM on Sunday, 01/22/2017.   There is expected to be winds from the East of 45 to 60MPH with gusts to 80 MPH.  Additionally, snow accumulation of 3 to 6 inches is expected along with visibility of one quarter mile or less.  Snowfall combined with strong winds and blowing snow will produce white-out conditions.  Please secure loose objects around your residence and businesses.  Motorists should exercise caution. Alaska statute requires headlights to be illuminated when visibility is limited.

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