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May 14 2010
Stevens, Austerman, Give Legislative Wrap-Up PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 May 2010

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            There was a large turnout for the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce luncheon yesterday. The featured speakers were Senator Gary Stevens and Representative Alan Austerman.

            The two leaders are back in Kodiak now that the legislative session has ended in Juneau.

            Even though the session has ended, budget issues are still up in the air, including funding for projects in Kodiak. While some of the capitol improvement projects for this region have been given the green light, many more are still in limbo.

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May 13 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 13 May 2010

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           Coming up on this week's show, Togiak herring is underway, Copper River King Mania is about to begin, and doing the Forbidden Dance with Captain Sig. We had help from Deckboss Blogger and Petroleum News writer Wesley Loy vacationing in Knoxville, Tennessee; and KCAW's Robert Woolsey in Sitka.

            The Alaska Fisheries Report was fortunate enough to win First Place in the Best Ongoing Public Affairs Program category at the Alaska Press Club Awards Banquet last weekend in Anchorage.

            Dozens of contributors from around the state - mostly from public radio stations - make this show possible. Without their help, there's no way to cover the scores of fisheries that range from individual divers plucking sea cucumbers from the ocean floor to the huge factory trawlers harvesting pollock in the Bering Sea that make your Filet-o-Fish so darn tasty.

            This award belongs to all of them as much as anybody, so please join us in thanking the reporters at the public radio station around Alaska for all they do.

            And a thank-you to our sponsors, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Alaska Boats and Permits, the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, the Pebble Partnership, and ConocoPhillips Alaska, whose support makes this show possible.

 
May 13 2010
Alutiiq Museum Celebrates 15 Years PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 13 May 2010

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            The Alutiiq Museum is having a birthday and throwing a party.

KMXT's Diana Gish reports:

 
May 12 2010
Trails Plan Moves Forward, Public Input Requested PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 May 2010

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             The Kodiak Island Borough Parks and Recreation Committee is moving closer to establishing a Kodiak Road System Trails Plan. The borough's community development director Bud Cassidy, offered background on the plan when he was a guest on KMXT's Talk of the Rock.

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May 12 2010
New SWAMC Economic Development Director is Lifelong Kodiak Fisherman PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 May 2010

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            A life-long Kodiak fisherman is the new director of economic development for the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference, an advocacy group for Bristol Bay, the Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak Island and the Aleutians. Erik O'Brien, who graduated from Kodiak High School in 1998, started his job with SWAMC in Anchorage just a couple weeks ago.

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