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Sep 25 2009
FV Unimak Aground Near Chignik PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 September 2009
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            A wooden-hulled fishing boat, the 83-foot Unimak, is on the rocks near Chignik, about 200 miles southwest of Kodiak city.

            The three-person crew reportedly abandoned ship in a life raft, and were picked up by the Good Samaritan vessel Sylvia Star.

            Coast Guard spokeswoman Sara Francis in Kodiak says there will be an overflight of the Unimak this afternoon by an Air Station Kodiak aircraft, and the Unimak's skipper will survey the situation from aboard the Sylvia Star, as well. Francis said there is believed to be about 800 gallons of diesel onboard the Unimak.

            There is a gale warning in effect for the coastal waters south of the Alaska Peninsula, with west winds gusting to 55 knots and seas to 14 feet.

 
Sep 25 2009
Kodiak Museums Well Represented at Conference PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 September 2009

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            Representatives from Kodiak's museums participated in a state-wide museum conference last week.

             It was an eventful few days for Toby Sullivan of the Kodiak Maritime History Museum, Sven Haakansen of the Aluttiq Museum and Katie Oliver of Kodiak's Baranov Museum. Eventful because they all three gave presentations at the event and because they were all delayed in Unalaska for a few days. Diana Gish has more.

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Sep 24 2009
'It's a Guy Thing' Kicks Off Theater Season Friday PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 September 2009

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Tom Quass, Andrew Ott and Mike Wall rehearse "Hidden in This Picture," a part of this weekend's readers theater production "It's a Guy Thing." Photo by Pam Foreman

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            The winter theater season kicks off in Kodiak this weekend with a series of short plays produced by the Loose Edge Readers Theater and the Fair Wind Players.

            "It's a Guy Thing," features four plays produced by Veronica Costa-Bolton and Jenny Stevens.

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Sep 24 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 September 2009

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            On this week's show, the situation at the Pelican Seafoods plant may be declared a disaster; a survey shows the pollock population in the Bering Sea is low, and Adak Fisheries goes belly-up. We had help this week from KCAW's Robert Woolsey in Sitka, KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska, and KDLG's Adam Kane in Dillingham.

 
Sep 24 2009
Rogan Starts for Mansfield Mountaineers in Sprint Football League PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 September 2009

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            At the Alaska high school level of organized football, pretty much anyone with the interest and athletic ability can play. But that's not so at the college level, where size matters. Even small schools boast linemen well over 300 pounds. But one Kodiak High School graduate has found a way to play even though he might be undersized for even Division Three college football.

            Connor Rogan, a 2009 graduate of Kodiak High, played in the offensive and defensive line on three Bears teams that went to the state championship game. He's now playing left guard for the Mansfield University Mountaineers.

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