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Aug 05 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 August 2010

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          Coming up this week, more fishing restrictions may be on the horizon to protect far west sea lion populations; humpies are running slow in Southeast, but chum are taking up the slack. And exactly how many fish are in the sea? We had help this week from KUCB's Alexandra Gutierrez in Unalaska, KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, and KTOO's Casey Kelly in Juneau.

 
Aug 05 2010
Russian Hams Seek Adventure in Alaska - And Get It PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 August 2010

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chirikofisland.jpg            A group of Russian ham radio operators got more adventure than they expected when they took up camp on Chirikof Island recently.

            The four men are members of the Russian Robinson Club. The expedition was sent to Chirikof Island with the purpose of making radio contact with as many ham radio operators as possible from around the world.

            Two members of the expedition spent a few days in Kodiak after the trip and came to the KMXT studios to tell Maggie Wall about their adventure.

            The expedition's website has photos and more information.

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Aug 05 2010
Assembly Taking Comments on Proposed New Sales Tax PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 August 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly will hold a public hearing tonight on a proposed new borough-wide sales tax.

            The Assembly will take public comments on a measure that-if approved-would move a proposed borough-wide sales tax a step closer to reality. If approved tonight, the measure still must go to the voters on the October Municipal election ballot.

            Assembly members and borough officials have said the tax-or some form of tax-is needed to pay for the bonds being issued to build the new high school.

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Aug 05 2010
YCC Gives Youth Taste of Conservation Work PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 August 2010

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            Members of the Youth Conservation Corps took some time off from their busy summer schedule to drop by KMXT on Friday to talk a little about their program. The YCC is a paying job for youth 15- to 18-years-old. Shelly Lawson is the education specialist for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. She says the crew this year has done a lot of projects, both here in town at the refuge visitor center and out in the refuge itself.

 

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Aug 04 2010
Dumpster Bear Shot at Sargent Creek PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 August 2010

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A 750-pound Kodiak brown bear boar peers out from a dumpster in Bell's Flats, moments before he was shot and killed by Alaska State Troopers. Repeated attempts to scare the bear away failed. Note the bent steel "bear-resistant" door the bear pried open to get in. Trooper photo

            The Alaska State Troopers, in consultation with the Fish and Game wildlife managers, shot a large problem bear in Bell's Flats on Sunday. Fish and Game biologist Larry Van Daele announced the shooting Wednesday morning.

            The 750-pound male bear had been scared off several times with non-lethal rounds and loud shots called "cracker shells," but kept coming back to the large "roll-on" Dumpster at Sargent Creek. Van Daele says the bear had started bending open the bear-resistant doors to the dumpster to get inside. A photograph supplied with the press release showed the bear peering out from inside. Van Daele said that he and the Troopers agreed the bear needed to be put down. It's the first problem bear shot in the Kodiak City area this summer.

            The bear was about 12-years old, but despite his age, this is the first year he has gotten into this kind of trouble. Van Daele suspects a slow and late berry season may have prompted the bear to find food in Dumpsters, and was rewarded well enough for his efforts that he kept coming back for the easy meals.

            Bears are seen frequently fishing in the small rivers in Bell's Flats, and Van Daele says there are more in that area, around the Coast Guard Base and the Buskin River that are getting easy meals from unsecured Dumpsters. He said Fish and Game is working closely with Alaska Waste to put bear-resistant dumpsters where they're needed, but he reminds residents that they only work if they are closed properly.

 
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