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Feb 10 2010
Cutter Alex Haley Rescues 28 From Ship Fire PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 February 2010

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             When KMXT last reported on the Kodiak-based Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley, the crew members were receiving service medals for their duty in the Arctic Ocean. The crew has made news again, but this time for a rescue mission in the Pacific.

             The Alex Haley was in Hawaii for training when the crew received an emergency call.

             Coast Guard spokeswoman Sara Francis said that the Taiwanese fishing vessel "Hou Chun 11, caught on fire Monday morning.

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Feb 10 2010
Haines Pushes SWAMC on Crewman Data Project PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 February 2010

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            The Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference held its annual meeting in Anchorage late last week. SWAMC is regional membership organization that advocates for the interests of Southwest Alaska businesses and communities.

            Kodiak City Councilman Terry Haines is on the board of directors and was also one of this year's presenters.

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Feb 09 2010
Kodiak's "Weapons of Bass Destruction" In Tsunami Bowl Debut PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2010

 

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            Kodiak's High School's Tsunami Bowl participants are back after competing in Seward over the weekend. This year's event featured a record number of participants: 22 teams with 105 students took part in the 13th annual regional science competition. The Alaska Tsunami Ocean Sciences Bowl tests Alaska high school students on topics related to the study of the ocean. The competition that took place in Seward is part of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.

The Kodiak team members are team captain Bradley Hoyt, Nique  de la Fuente, Rachelle Medina, Andrew Raney and Chrissy Jones. The assistant coach is Kodiak High School's Kevin Lauscher and the coach is Switgard Duesterloh. She's a marine scientist under contract with the district to bring more ocean science into the schools. Duesterloh said that coaching the Tsunami Bowl team is part of that effort and that she's very excited about the results.

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Feb 09 2010
Session in Full Swing Early This Year PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2010

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            The Alaska Legislature has been in session a couple of weeks now, and according to Senate President Gary Stevens of Kodiak, legislators and staff are already scrambling to get their work done. Never a fan of the 90-day session mandated by a voter initiative, Stevens says it short-changes constituents who would like to be heard on issues important to them.

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Feb 09 2010
Two New Faces Join KICVB Board PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Convention and Visitors Bureau held its annual meeting recently, handing out more than a half-dozen awards and electing two new people to the board of directors.

            Janet Buckingham, the executive director of the CVB, said two of the awards this year are brand new.

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