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Jul 21 2010
Polar Star Aground; Crew Safe PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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            The crew of a Kodiak-based seiner is safe after running aground in the Shelikof Strait and puncturing the hull Tuesday morning. The captain of the 58-foot fishing vessel Polar Star radioed the Coast Guard just after 10 Tuesday morning saying the crew might have to abandon ship.

           

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Jul 20 2010
Talk of the Rock - Relay for Life is this Weekend PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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           On this week's Talk of the Rock, the discussion revolves around Relay of Life, the 24-hour American Cancer Society fundraiser and memorial event taking place this weekend at Baranof Park in Kodiak.

 
Jul 20 2010
Turkish Students Find Housing a Challenge PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Hostel opened for business earlier this month offering a relatively inexpensive bed for tourists and temporary workers in the community. But owner Rhonda Maker says she's seeing first hand the housing crunch as foreign guest workers hired by the island's canneries come to her looking for a place to stay. Jacob Resneck reports.

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Jul 20 2010
KANA and Koniag Host Chamber Members in New Building PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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Koniag President and CEO Will Anderson in his corner office at the new KANA/Koniag Building on Near Island. Jay Barrett photo

 

            Local chamber of commerce members got an opportunity to tour the newest building on Near Island on Friday.

            The Kodiak Area Native Association and Koniag Incorporated hosted the monthly chamber Business After Hours mixer in the new Near Island building that they share.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall was there and has this report:

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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.

 
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