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Sep 16 2010
Corsican Voyageur Wintering in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 16 September 2010
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Phillipe Hercher aboard his converted French Navy tug Le Manguier. Maria Jose Riquelme del Valle photo

 

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An odd-looking vessel will be wintering in Kodiak this year. Le Manguier [leh-MONG-ee-ay] - that's French for Mango Tree - is moored up in Kodiak's St. Herman Harbor. KMXT's Jacob Resneck caught up with its skipper who is preparing for next year's Arctic voyage.

 

 

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Sep 16 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 16 September 2010

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           This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report: The global value of seafood harvesting may be far higher than we ever thought; total salmon returns to Alaska exceed forecasts, and the Bristol Bay King Crab stock assessment is released. Also, a co-op in Sitka is honored for its exports, an Alaska Legal Services lawyer who was on the beach during Exxon Valdez is offering advice to Gulf residents, and what's this about feathered bycatch? We had help this week from KDLG's Adam Kane in Dillingham, Coast Alaska's Ed Schoenfeld in Sitka, and KTOO's Casey Kelly in Juneau. 

 
Sep 15 2010
Kodiak High School Swim Teams Strong Contenders PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 September 2010

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Kodiak High School's swim teams are already emerging as strong contenders in the state after both the boys and girls came in first at a meet last weekend in Homer.

 The girls blew away the competition, winning by 92 points. The boys also took first but by a more modest 4-point margin. The regional meet hosted 11 schools.

Coach John Lindquist says Kodiak's girls are looking very strong this year with no clear regional rival.

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Sep 15 2010
Police Chief: New Jail Open By December PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 September 2010

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            Most of Kodiak's new police station is finished, though inmates continue to be housed in the old station's jail. That's because a funding gap has delayed completion of the new jail estimated to cost about $9 million out of a total estimate of $23.7 million for the whole facility.

This year the state agreed to kick in $2.1 million to close the funding gap, but the delays in funding has meant the new jail won't be operational until the end of the year, says Kodiak Police Chief T.C. Kamai.

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Sep 15 2010
Austerman Would Welcome Election Season Dialogue PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 September 2010

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            Wednesday (Today) is the last day that one candidate can replace another on the fall election ballot. Alaska senior Senator Lisa Murkowski, who lost the Republican primary in August, is weighing her options, but the reception has been cool from the Alaska Independence and Libertarian parties.

            Locally, the man who won the District 36 Democratic primary, Andy Schroeder, has dropped out, and there is speculation that someone may take his place on the ballot. Party officials are not speaking on the record about it.

            The man any Democratic candidate would face is incumbent Representative Alan Austerman. He said he would welcome a challenger so the issues can be debated.

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