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Jul 03 2009
Love Coffee? Fight Cancer PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 July 2009

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           Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society's major fund raiser. It's an activity put on by communities around the nation, including Kodiak. For 24 hours starting the evening of July 24 local teams of up to 15 people will take to the track at Baranov Park in order to help raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer.

           KMXT's Diana Gish found out about one team that's brewed up an unusual approach to raising money for the cause.

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Jul 02 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 July 2009

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            On this Independence Day Weekend edition of The Alaska Fisheries Report, processors put fishermen on limits in Bristol Bay again this year; Exxon shocks the world, and what's inside a crab that makes kids say "eew"? Also, the Southeast summer king season opens, as does the scallop fishery statewide, and the Kodiak Island Borough asks the feds to consider the effects of extinguishing so many Gulf cod licenses.  We had help from KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham, KBBI's Casey Kelly in Homer, KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Erik Wander and Fish Radio's Laine Welch, both in Kodiak and KFSK's Alex Hotz in Petersburg.

 
Jul 02 2009
Stratman Case Against Leisnoi Over PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 July 2009

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            On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Kodiak rancher Omar Stratman's petition for review of his court battle with a local Native group over land rights, putting an end to the case after 33 years. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Jul 02 2009
Air Station Kodiak Herc Crew Intercepts Boat in Closed Waters PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 July 2009

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            The Coast Guard intercepted a Kodiak-based fishing vessel illegally fishing about 24 miles south of King Cove Monday morning. The Shonna Jacole was spotted fishing by the crew of a Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules in the Clubbing Rocks Stellar Sea Lion Rookery, which is designated as a no transit zone.

            Coast Guard Petty Officer Charly Hengen (HEN-jin) in Kodiak said the aircraft was launched from Air Station Kodiak and was performing a routine maritime patrol at the time of the incident.

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Jul 01 2009
Fish and Game Closes Ayakulik Kings, Restricts Karluk Reds PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 July 2009

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            The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has announced more Kodiak area sport fishery closings and restrictions. The Ayakulik River king salmon fishery closed just after midnight this (Wednesday) morning, because the escapement goal is not expected to be reached. Despite Fish and Game's efforts to reduce king salmon mortality by prohibiting the use of bait and harvest in the Ayakulik sport fishery, only 1,631 king salmon had passed the weir as of Sunday. The escapement goal is 4,800 to 9,600. Also closing this morning were the state and federal king salmon subsistence fisheries in the Ayakulik drainage.

            In addition, the Karluk River sockeye salmon sport fishery bag limit has been reduced to two fish per day, and the possession limit was reduced to four today. According to Fish and Game, just over 45-thousand sockeye salmon had passed the Karluk River weir as of Sunday, and the escapement goal is 110-thousand to 250-thousand. The new bag limits remain in effect until July 15th.

 
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