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Jun 04 2014
'Run for Rescue' Focuses on Human Trafficking Awareness PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 June 2014

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           This weekend people will have a chance to help raise money for victims of human trafficking around the world. Run for Rescue is a 5k, 10k and half marathon race sponsored by the Kodiak Assembly Of God. The race raises funds for the organization Project Rescue. Sonia Walker is an associate pastor at Assembly of God and organizes the race, which is in its third year running.
           Walker said she became aware of Project Rescue more than four years ago, and was impressed by the work the organization does educating people about human trafficking and rescuing women and children that are victims of the industry. She decided to start the run for rescue race here in Kodiak to spread the same awareness and help raise money for the organization.
            “The past two years we’ve raised $500 each year that has gone directly to Project Rescue. And I just hope it keeps growing. My dream is that it will take root throughout the state and even the nation, so people all over the nation will be running at the same time, same day for this cause and bringing awareness to this and to help with the funding of rescuing women and children.”   

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Jun 03 2014
Talk of the Rock: The Alaska Bar Association PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 June 2014

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            Yesterday KMXT told you about some members of the Alaska Bar Association that were in Kodiak over Crab Fest weekend. The group was in town meeting with local attorneys to hear about concerns and happenings, and to promote access to justice.
             On today's Talk of the Rock we’ll hear the full conversation between the association’s president, Geoffry Wildridge, Pro Bono Director Krista Scully and KMXT’s Jay Barrett. It’s The Alaska Bar Association on KMXT’s Talk of the Rock.

 
Jun 03 2014
Salmon Opener Set for Thursday PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 June 2014

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           Kodiak’s commercial salmon fishery is set to kick off on Thursday. Kodiak Commercial Fisheries Management Biologist James Jackson said there will be a series of salmon openers starting at noon.
            “We’re going to open up the majority of the Northwest Kodiak District, also the areas around the hatchery for there’s some early chum production that guys like to fish for up there. And then also we have some small put and take fisheries up on Afognak – those are those Foul Bay, and Waterfall Bay special harvest areas. Those areas will open up until further notice. We also opened up for commercial fishing the Southeast Afognak Section of the Afognak District because Litnik has some good escapement. We basically have good early sockeye escapements almost everywhere on the island.”   
           Like last year, Jackson said this is an earlier than normal opener. He said they traditionally hold off on opening up any fishing periods until after June 9.

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Jun 03 2014
Some Nonprofits May Miss Borough Funding PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 June 2014

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           As the Kodiak Borough Assembly looks toward finalizing the borough’s FY 2015 budget, it’s deciding how to allocate nonprofit funding. During Thursday’s work session the assembly reviewed a recommendation from the nonprofit funding committee – a recommendation that didn’t include a number of funding requests from local organizations.
          Assemblywoman Carol Austerman said the budget for nonprofit support in 2015 was set at $351,000, but the borough received 25 applications from local nonprofits totaling more than $476,000. 
           “And of course we didn’t anywhere near that much money to allocate. So the first thing we did was review all the applications for complete and full information and you can see the list in the memo of the organizations that we disregarded because they did not provide complete information. We felt like we could not in good faith give those organizations funding and take funding away from other organizations that did provide the exact information that was requested.” 
            The organizations that were disregarded from borough funding due to incomplete applications include The Humane Society of Kodiak, American Red Cross, Kodiak Head Start, Salvation Army of Kodiak, Threshold Services and Kodiak Maritime Museum. Special Olympics and Girl Scouts also missed out on funding because their applications were turned in late. All total, those disregarded applications equaled just over $61,000.

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Jun 02 2014
Alaska Bar Association Visits Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 June 2014

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           Every couple of years the new president of the Alaska Bar Association swings through Kodiak to meet with the attorneys in town and to hear about their concerns. Current Bar President Geoffry Wildridge of Fairbanks visited Kodiak recently, but it wasn’t his first time here. Wildridge worked for Alaska Legal Services here in the late 70s and early 80s.
           “Matt Jamin was my supervising attorney at that point ... It’s just great to be back here. I haven’t been back here in all these years. I’m just kinda dumb-struck; it’s just wonderful to be here.”
            On his visit over Crab Fest, Wildridge said he got a chance to meet with most of Kodiak’s attorneys.

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