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Jul 29 2010
Kodiak College to Offer Wind Turbine Technician Training PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 29 July 2010

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            Here is a job description to consider:

            Looking for a high school or college age person who wants to make a difference in the world and get in on the ground floor of a high paying career. Lots of travel possible, though also possible to work here in Kodiak. Will train you in exciting, cutting edge technology while you finish school.....and did we mention you could be paid while you learn?

            If that sounds too good to be true, get used to idea that Kodiak will soon be one of a small number of  places in the country-even the world-that trains wind generator technicians who will be at the forefront of a new industry.

            And as Kodiak College Director Barb Bolson says, that industry is begging for workers who can fix the new technology created by the demand for wind energy.

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Jul 29 2010
Community Archeology Dig Getting Underway PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 29 July 2010

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            If you're into mysteries and puzzle solving-and have an interest in Kodiak history-you might want to get involved in this summer's community archeological dig.

            Volunteer dig participants will work side-by-side with museum archeologists as they unearth and try to puzzle out the story behind an ancient Alutiiq village at Cliff Point.

            The Alutiiq Museum is hosting a pre-dig orientation tonight at the museum gallery beginning at 7:00.

            Annie Salsman is the museum's education coordinator. She says tonight's meeting will provide an orientation of what to expect as well as a preview of the day-to-day operation of the dig.

            For more information on tonight's meeting or this summers dig, contact the Alutiiq Museum at 486-7004 or at the Alutiiq Museum online.

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Jul 29 2010
Old Friend Returns for a Visit PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 29 July 2010

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            Although not native to Kodiak, Wes Hanna made an impact on the community which he soon came to call his own.  And after some time Outside, he hopes to someday return. Whitney Jones spoke with him on a visit here last week and has this story:

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Jul 28 2010
State, District, Preparing Students for the Workplace PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 28 July 2010

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            A conference was held Tuesday in Kodiak bringing together employers and educators to brainstorm how to better prepare Kodiak students for the workforce of the future.

            Jerry Andrews is the apprenticeship coordinator for the Alaska Department of Labor and Work Force Development. He says his boss, Commissioner Click Bishop, and Education Commissioner Larry LeDoux, are together seeking a solution.

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Jul 28 2010
Million-Dollar Lodge Attracts Just One Bid on EBay PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 28 July 2010

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            They say that E-Bay is a great way to sell almost anything. But it wasn't the ticket for Kodiak Island lodge owners who listed their business for sale recently.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall was cruising E-Bay one night and found the lodge in Larsen Bay for sale. She has this report:

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