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Dec 20 2010
Severance Tax Adds Up in Borough PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 December 2010

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            At the end of the year, a lot of people start thinking about taxes-and how they can pay less.

            For coastal communities around the state it's a time of trying to get the state to pay them more of the state's fish tax.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall this report on both the state's fish tax and the borough's resource extraction tax that covers fish, timber and gravel.

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Dec 20 2010
Halibut Bycatch Will Not be Reduced PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 December 2010

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            As the Pacific halibut commission prepares to make drastic cuts in the total allowable catch in Alaska waters, there's been some debate over the whether to adjust the limit of halibut taken as bycatch by the trawl fleet. KMXT's Jacob Resneck has more.

 

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Dec 17 2010
Jury Deliberating in Kodiak Murder Trial PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 17 December 2010

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            A 12-member jury has begun deliberations to decide the fate of Chawn D. Summerall, a 31-year-old Kodiak man who is one of two men accused of killing Darrell Cavaness almost three years ago. Following closing arguments Thursday afternoon, the jury deliberated for less than two hours before going home for the evening.
            The trial began on December 6th in Kodiak Superior Court.
            On the night of January 22nd, 2008, 41-year-old Cavaness was found unconscious in an apartment on Natalia Way with severe head injuries. He died about a week later in an Anchorage hospital.
            Summerall was indicted in June but charges were dismissed by the judge who ruled that the evidence presented to the grand jury had relied on hearsay.

            The judge also said that grand jurors hadn't been informed that Summerall had also been struck by the same piece of wood suspected to have been used as the murder weapon.

            Also charged with second-degree murder in the case, but being tried
separately at a later date, is 31-year-old Joshua Erickson. That trial is scheduled for March.

 
Dec 17 2010
Nominations Open for Three Chamber Board Seats PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 17 December 2010

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            Nomination forms for prospective board members have gone out to more than 300 members of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce. Three seats are up for election. Longtime board member Mike Terry has served two consecutive three-year terms and cannot run again because of term limits. Fellow board member Jack Johnson has declined to run for re-election, while incumbent board member Bob Brodie has indicated his intention to run for another term.

            That's all according to the chamber's Executive Director Trevor Brown who says it's too early to tell whether the election will be contentious.

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Dec 16 2010
Bears Basketball Season Starts Friday PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 16 December 2010

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            The Kodiak High School basketball season kicks off this weekend, with the boys playing Eagle River, and the girls taking on defending class 1-A state champion Port Lions.

            Friday, games kick off with the boy's JV at 4 p.m., followed by the Lady Bears playing the Port Lions Kings at 5:45. The varsity boys play at 7:30.

            Games are earlier on Saturday, starting with the girls at 3 p.m., followed by JV boys at 4:45 and varsity at 6:30.

            The Lady Bears don't start their regular season schedule until early January this year, as the annual Joe Floyd Christmas Basketball Tournament has been moved in an effort to attract more teams. Last year the boys' bracket was one team short. The move seems to have worked, as both the boys and girls schedules are full.

            Coming to town to play in the girls' bracket will be West Valley from the Fairbanks area, Thunder Mountain from Juneau, and Mount Edgecumbe from Sitka.

            The Mount Edgecumbe and West Valley boys will also be coming to the Rock, as will Thunder Mountain's cross-town rivals, the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears.

            The Joe Floyd tourney kicks off on Thursday, January 6th.

            While the Lady Bears don't open their regular schedule until then, the boys will be spending New Year's Eve in Anchorage, playing at the ACS tournament starting December 30th.

            The girls will have only two home stands this year after Joe Floyd, first against Homer in late January and then Skyview in mid February. The boys have three home dates: Wasilla in January, with Skyview and Colony in February.

 
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