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Jun 19 2009
Come Have Coffee with a Ranger PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 June 2009

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            The Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center's "Coffee with a Ranger" program is now underway. The weekly event offers visitors and residents an opportunity to connect with experts on a variety of wildlife issues.

            The next "Coffee with a Ranger" presentation will take place at 1 p.m. on June 24th.  Naturalist Doug Stuart will discuss National Wildlife Refuges from Kodiak to Attu.

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Jun 19 2009
Help for Snorers and Insomniacs Now Available On-Island PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 June 2009

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            People suffering from the sometimes debilitating effects of a lack of sleep now have an on-island option for determining the severity of their condition. Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center recently opened a permanent in-house sleep lab to study and monitor patients for sleep disorders.

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Jun 18 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 June 2009

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            Coming up this week: The 9th Circuit orders interest paid on the EVOS awards. Five-year-old Kings are in short supply on the Stikine. And will commercial shrimping come back to Kodiak? Also a court orders the opening of a controversial crab fishery in Southeast, a legendary boat-builder passes, and we can't get enough of the rubber PETA fish. We had help this week from KBBI's Casey Kelly in Homer, KMXT's Erik Wander in Kodiak, KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, KRBD's Jay Marble in Craig, and Chicago Public Radio's Wait-Wait Don't Tell Me.

 
Jun 18 2009
Kodiak Sockeye Run Late and/or Weak PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 June 2009

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            One week into the Kodiak area commercial salmon season the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is reporting late and weak sockeye salmon runs, as it had expected. And while it's still too early to determine whether escapement goals for the season will be reached, there remains at least a glimmer of hope that the disappointing numbers will pick up as the season progresses and the beginning of the pink salmon run approaches.

            Check the recorded Fish and Game hotline for the latest fisheries announcements at 486-4559.

 

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Jun 18 2009
School Board to Vote on Support Staff Contract PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 June 2009

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            Members of the Kodiak Island Borough School District's support staff will be in for a pay raise over the next three years if their new contract is approved by the School Board next week.

            The 2009 to 2012 negotiated agreement is a document outlining changes to the current three-year contract for support staff including teachers' aids, custodians, maintenance workers, technicians, school nurses and others, which is set to expire. Included among the list of changes are minor issues, such as clarified wordings, as well as major ones, such as the salary increase.

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