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Oct 20 2009
Harbormasters, Port Administrators Convene in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 October 2009

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             This week Kodiak hosts the annual conference of the Alaska Association of Harbormasters and port Administrators. The event started with an A-A-H-P-A Board of Director's meeting and a welcome reception on Monday Night.

            KMXT's Diana Gish has more:

 
Oct 20 2009
KEA Storm Damage Under Assessment PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 October 2009

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             Road damage brought on by the October 9th storm has affected access to a KEA power plant. Darren Scott is the president and CEO of Kodiak Electric Association. He talked about storm damage near the Terror Lake hydroelectric facility.

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Oct 20 2009
Running the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 October 2009

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             Participants in KMXT's Run The Rock Race this Saturday enjoyed good weather and good spirits.

 KMXT's Diana Gish took part in the run with her children. She said that after her sons "smoked her" at the startling line she took her place with the rest of the pack and found this story:


--          (Run The Rock          "On your mark ...CHEERS,SHOUTS.")

 

            ...and it wasn't long before little Analise was moved to get out and run along with her Mom. According to our reporter, young Wise had the enthusiasm and form of an experienced runner, while now and again breaking into happy toddler-style skipping.

            A large field of young people took part in this year's 3rd annual Run The Rock 5K, some in strollers, some on top or along side of strollers and many who ran the whole course including several top ten finishers and this year's first place finisher Levi Thomet.

 
Oct 19 2009
Native Youth and Elders Meeting in Anchorage PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 October 2009

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            The Alaska Federation of Natives annual convention starts later this week in Anchorage, but before it kicks off, the annual Youth and Elders Conference begins Monday, presented by the First Alaskans Institute.

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Oct 19 2009
Kodiak Unemployment Continues Lower than National Average PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 October 2009

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            On Friday the State Labor Department released preliminary figures for unemployment across the state.

            Statewide, unemployment rose incrementally in September over August, but is significantly higher than September a year ago. The rate stands at seven-point-seven percent, which represents 27,744 unemployed. That's up from seven-point-one a month earlier. Last year, it was six-point-1 percent.

            In the Kodiak Island Borough, 423 people, or six-point-six percent, were out of work in September. August's unemployment rate was five-point-eight percent. A year ago September it was five-point-two percent.

            Kodiak - and the state - continues to have a lower unemployment rate than the nation as a whole. The rate increased to nine-point-eight percent, up one-tenth of one percent over August. That's up three-point-six percent from a year ago.

 
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