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Oct 12 2009
Tanner Crab Photos Elicit Strong Reactions PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 October 2009

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This photo, with what is reported to be Tanner crab bycatch in a bottomfish trawl, was released by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council.

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            A Kodiak fisherman presented some dramatic photographs Thursday at the federal fisheries meeting in Anchorage of what was described as an extreme bycatch of Tanner crab made by a trawler in Kodiak Island waters this summer.

            The photographs, presented during the testimony of Alexus Kwachka before the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, show a trawl net overflowing with Tanner crab. They were also e-mailed around the state by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council. AMCC is not revealing who took the pictures, or what boat he was a crewman on, but what is clear, is that many Tanners should not have been in the net.

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Oct 12 2009
Bears Bounced from Football Playoffs PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 October 2009

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            For the first time in four years the Kodiak High School Bears will not be playing in the state football championship game. The Bears were stopped by the Kenai Kardinals 34-to-13 on Friday evening, ending their season with a 5-and-5 record.

            The Bears played the Kards tough through the first half, only giving up one touchdown, but the Kodiak offense was stopped by a Kenai defense that allowed only one first down and a handful of yards. Even though the Bears tied it up in the third period, the Kards poured on the touchdowns before the Bears scored one last time.

            Kenai will go on to play the Soldotna in the small-school championship game on Saturday, after the Stars downed the Homer Mariners over the weekend.

 
Oct 12 2009
Storm Causes Mass Flooding, Landslides PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 October 2009

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Antone Larson Bay Road washed out just below the pass. Photos by Jane Lanford.

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            Stormy conditions Friday night flooded the airport runway and dumped mudslides on the road at Lash Dock and near the fairgrounds. Crews worked through the night in an attempt to keep the road passable. On Friday night the road had to eventually be closed to all traffic as mud continued to pile up.

On Saturday morning a flight over the area revealed the extent of the damage. By mid-day Saturday the road remained closed as crews worked their way through what were described as two massive mudslides.

            Road Crews continued to work at clearing the mudslides all day Saturday. By Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. the DOT re-opened the road.

            To see more photographs, click "Read more" below.

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Oct 10 2009
Chiniak Highway Now Open PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 October 2009

 

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            Around 7:30 Saturday night The Department of Transportation announced that the road between Lash Dock and the fairgrounds was re-opened.

Due to Friday night’s storm, two large mudslides forced closure of the road between those locations. Road crews had been working since Friday afternoon to clear the slides. Earlier on Saturday a spokeswoman for the State Troopers said that “crews were working feverishly”to re-open the road.

 Please be advised that the Red Cloud Bridge is still impassable so The State Troopers are asking people not to drive out Anton Larson Road.

 


 
Oct 09 2009
KWRCC Offers Services for Spanish Speakers PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 October 2009

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            In its effort to promote healthy families, the Kodiak Women's Resource and Crisis Center has contracted with a new immigrant outreach and advocate professional.

             Edith Stone is now available to provide services for Spanish-speaking women seeking support and assistance. Stone is originally from El Salvador and has been living in Kodiak for 4 years. During that time she's been a volunteer for the immigrant community. Her experience as a newcomer to Kodiak inspired her to reach out to others.


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