Photos

 

History & Events

Here are some pictures from our recent outings, events and history. We'll continue to add more so check back often.

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    The first KIAK crew, probably in late 1973. Identified in the top row (from the left): Lowell Purcell, Tom Busch, Jim Heim, Steve Thompson and Tom Farrell. Bottom row (from left): Jan MacIntosh, Don Byron, Lan Carson, unknown name and Jerry Naylor a popular entertainer who appeared in Fairbanks in the early 1970's
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    A very young Peter Van Nort (along with DJ Pat McCoy, left) in July, 1975. The kids were part of the KIAK All Transistor Marching Band
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    102.5 KIAK FM afternoon DJ Tim Palmer in the winter sunlight of studio A
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    At 100,000 watts, 102.5 KIAK FM is one of the most powerful FM stations in Alaska
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    102.5 KIAK FM morning show co-host Kathryn Harris in the studio with Peter Van Nort
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    Sammy Kershaw grins to the sold out crowd at the Tanana Valley Fair in August, 2002. The concert was sponsored by 102.5 KIAK FM
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    Brooks & Dunn work the audience at the Carlson Center in a concert promoted by 102.5 KIAK FM
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    Members of the Northstar Volunteer Fired Department pose with donated gifts to make a house fire victim's Christmas a little brighter. The gifts were donated by 102.5 KIAK FM listeners at the request of the morning show
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    102.5 KIAK FM morning show host Peter Van Nort relaxes on a Memphis trolly while visiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in 2002
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    At the grand opening of the new Fairbanks police station guests discovered the 102.5 KIAK FM morning show sent flamingos rather than the traditional flowers
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    Chrys Castle, 102.5 KIAK FM Promotions Director helps local 4H members by showing a veal calf at the Tanana Valley Fair in Auguest, 2002
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    JB Carnahan, known as "The Cruiser" to morning show listeners enjoys the sunshine during one of our many Denali Park train trips
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    The 102.5 KIAK FM "Hit Van" pulls the icon of Golden Days during the annual parade in July, 2002