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Mar 16 2010
Servant Air Crash Occupants Identified PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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Emergency responders work to rescue the passengers of the Servant Air Islander that crashed Monday afternoon near the Kodiak State Airport. Alaska State Troopers photo

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            Everyone aboard a small plane that crashed yesterday afternoon in Kodiak are safe after an hours-long ordeal where the plane was standing nose-down in some trees across from the end of the runway.

            Alaska State Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters says the plane was a Servant Air Britten-Norman Islander. The pilot was identified as 37-year-old Jason Lobo, and passengers Zora Inga and her husband Martin, ages 39 and 38, of Old Harbor.

            One of the Ingas was extracted from the wreckage by 2 p.m. and transported to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center with unspecified injuries. The other two, reported to be "conscious and alert," remained trapped in the plane until around 3 p.m. when they were freed. The last person out of the plane was Lobo. He reportedly walked out to the road on his own and refused medical treatment. 

          The crash closed Rezanof Drive where it goes around the west end of the Kodiak State Airport for several hours as Coast Guard emergency personnel worked to stabilize the aircraft and extract the occupants.

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Mar 15 2010
Servant Air Flight Crashes on Takeoff PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 15 March 2010

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The Servant Air Islander in the trees off the west end of the Kodiak Airport. Alaska State Trooper photo.

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            Everyone aboard a small plane that crashed Monday afternoon in Kodiak are safe after an hours-long ordeal where the plane was standing nose-down in some trees across from the end of the runway.

            Alaska State Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters says the plane, which was identified as a Servant Air Britten-Norman Islander, was bound for the village of Old Harbor.

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Mar 15 2010
Lady Bears Fall to Top-Ranked Juneau PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 15 March 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Lady Bears struggled in the second and fourth periods in their opening round match up against the number-one seeded Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears Monday, falling 64-to-28.

            The Lady Bears will play again at 11:30 Tuesday morning against West Valley of Fairbanks, in an elimination-round game.

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Mar 15 2010
Malutin Has Subsistence Concerns PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 15 March 2010

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            Concerns over potentially low red salmon returns to rivers on the Kodiak road system have prompted at least one man to contact his legislators about it. Iver Malutin phoned in during Thursday's constituent meeting with Representative Alan Austerman and Senator Gary Stevens with his concerns.

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Mar 15 2010
Borough Provides Matching Funds for FV Thelma C Display PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 15 March 2010

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           The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly has pledged matching funds to the Kodiak Maritime Museum in the amount of $25,000. The assembly is lending its support to the museum's efforts to turn the fishing vessel Thelma C into an interpretive display near Saint Paul harbor.

            The assembly has agreed to provide financial support on condition that the state legislature comes through with funding first. The museum has requested $140,000 of funding from the state. Grant funding from the Rasmuson Foundation has also been applied for.

The executive director of the Kodiak Maritime Museum is Toby Sullivan. He said that if the state and borough funding comes through, it will help pay for turning the old wooden seiner into an interpretive display near Oscar's Dock.

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