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Jul 19 2010
Troopers Reopen Carbine Murder Case PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 July 2010

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Thomas Carbine. Alaska State Troopers photo

 

            The Alaska State Troopers' cold case investigator is opening up an unsolved murder committed in Kodiak 28 years ago. Investigator Jim Stogsdill of Soldotna announced the reopening on Friday.

            From what law enforcement could piece together, in the late afternoon of July 14th, 1982, fisherman Thomas Carbine (car-bine) got off the plane from Dillingham, where he had been fishing for salmon. After dropping off his bags, he made his way to the Beachcombers Bar on Mission Road, where he spent the night reportedly buying rounds of drinks. The last time anyone claimed to seem him alive was about 3:30 the next morning. Ten minutes later his lifeless body was found on the ground between two parked cars, with his wallet and all his money missing.

            Stogsdill reviewed the file and thinks the cold case could thaw. He said in an announcement that somebody might have seen or heard something that could be helpful in finding the killer. Stogsdill can be reached at the Soldotna Troopers Post, 262-4453.

 
Jul 19 2010
Borough Assembly Finds Good Value in Kodiak Non-Profits PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 July 2010

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            Non-profit organizations are an integral part of life in Kodiak. They provide services that, many times, are unavailable otherwise. Their use of volunteers helps to keep costs down. And they know how to squeeze the most out of the least amount of money.

            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last week made the borough's annual contribution to a number of local non-profits. KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

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Jul 19 2010
Island Seafoods Teams with KEA to Promote Sustainable Salmon PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 July 2010

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            Kodiak is not only the most verdant place in Alaska - it's not called the Emerald Isle for nothing - but it could also be the most green in that other way: environmental consciousness. With the Terror Lake hydro-electric plant and the one-year-old, 1.5-megawatt windmills overlooking town, Kodiak Electric Association produces a huge portion of our electricity through sustainable means.

            In fact, enough electricity is made from the windmills alone to entirely power at least one of the fish plants on cannery row. John Whiddon runs Island Seafood, which has entered into a marketing partnership with KEA promoting sustainability.

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Jul 16 2010
Jazz Singer Performs Saturday Night PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 July 2010

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100716.charmaineclamor.jpg            Fans of female jazz vocalists such as Nina Simone, Lena Horne and Cassandra Wilson should be right at home with the music of Charmaine Clamor, who is performing here in Kodiak tomorrow (Saturday) night. She's been described as "a Filipino Sarah Vaughan."

            Clamor (clah-MOOR) is performing at 7 o'clock Saturday evening at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Tickets are available at the Kodiak Arts Council office or at the door.

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Jul 16 2010
Sales Tax Moves Forward; Non-Profits Funded PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 July 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly moved a step closer to a borough-wide sales tax last night. And it divvied up more than $363,000 dollars among a number of Kodiak's most active non-profit organizations.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

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