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Oct 30 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report With Casey Kelly October 30 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2008

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          From KMXT in Kodiak, this is the Alaska Fisheries Report. Coming up this week...

          Reaction to the Ted Stevens guilty verdict from fishing communities and fishermen.

          The Coast Guard and NTSB begin hearings into the fatal sinking of the F/V Katmai.

          And, IPHC Executive Director Bruce Leaman tours Southeast communities.

          Those stories and more on this week's Alaska Fisheries Report.

          Thanks for joining us.

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Oct 30 2008
Austerman, Lundquist Spar Over Rationalization PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2008

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0             The two candidates for Kodiak’s lone seat in the state House of Representatives, Alan Austerman and Andy Lundquist, squared off in a forum that aired live on KMXT last night. KMXT’s Casey Kelly reports.

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Oct 30 2008
Uyak Bay Whale Freed From Entanglement PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2008

 

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    The humpback whale that had been towing around a crab pot buoy line it was entangled in has been set free. Bree Witteveen, a whale researcher in Kodiak with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, reports that she successfully freed the whale yesterday (Wednesday) in Uyak Bay, about 60 miles southwest of Kodiak City near Larsen Bay. She said the disentanglement "went very well."
    The humpback was first spotted on Monday by Kevin Van Hatten, a biologist and pilot for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. The whale was tangled in a crab pot line, along with another whale in the bay. By Tuesday afternoon, one of the whales had freed itself. You can find photos on KMXT dot org. Tune into the KMXT Midday Report with Jay Barrett for an update.

 
Oct 29 2008
City Adopts New ID Theft Policy PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2008

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0             The Kodiak City Council has adopted a new identity theft policy for the city. The city had previously been doing things to protect against identity theft, but City Manager Linda Freed says it came to her attention that a written policy is now required by federal law.

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Oct 29 2008
Baranof Park Improvements Endangered PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2008

 

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council updated each other on their projects - joint and otherwise - at a combined work session last night.

            Sludge disposal, Baranof Park improvements, joint fishery committees and the fish and game headquarters project were all on the table.

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