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Apr 14 2009
Two-Week Extension for Removing Studs PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 April 2009

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            Once again this year the Alaska Department of Public Safety has issued an emergency order extending the deadline for removing studded tires from cars driven on roads in southern Alaska, including Kodiak Island.

            The standard deadline for Kodiak is April 15th, but given the heavy snow, Commissioner Joe Masters has moved the deadline back to May 1st, just as it is for cars driving on roads in mainland Alaska. It's the second year in a row such an extension has been made.

            Masters said the extension should provide motorists with an additional margin of safety on lingering winter roads.

            After May 1st, the fine for driving with studs is 50-dollars for each tire.

 
Apr 14 2009
Stevens: Kodiak Does Well in State Budget PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 April 2009

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            With the 90-day session winding down, the legislature is in overdrive to wrap up the work to be done by the time they are scheduled to adjourn on Sunday. Kodiak's Gary Stevens, the Senate President, found a minute to talk with KMXT's Jay Barrett about the end of the session push.

 
Apr 14 2009
Community Working Together to Prevent Child Abuse PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 April 2009

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            April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, when those who work with families and children work to raise awareness of what a problem child abuse is in Alaska, and provide people with the tools to prevent it. 

            On KMXT's Talk of the Rock, four women who work with children and families spoke about raising awareness of abuse prevention efforts on Kodiak Island.

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Apr 13 2009
Easter Fire Destroys Spruce Cape Home PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 April 2009

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            A fire Sunday evening destroyed the home of a Kodiak couple on Spruce Cape. Bayside Fire Chief Bob Himes said both his department and the Kodiak Fire Department responded shortly before 6 p.m. to 2483 Spruce Cape Road and found a mobile home fully engulfed, with flames coming out of all the windows and doors.

            He said the occupants, Dominick Oberle and Nicole McMorrow, escaped unharmed, after seeing smoke and flames coming from the rear bedroom of the home. Himes says except for a safe with their important papers, the couple lost all of their belongings.

            The Kodiak office of the Red Cross has put Oberle and McMorrow in temporary housing and has provided them with extra clothing. Anyone who can help the couple should contact the Red Cross at 486-4040.

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Apr 13 2009
Stevens Goes Online for Your Opinion PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 April 2009

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            State Senate President Gary Stevens of Kodiak is taking to the Internet to ask his constituents for their ideas on what he and his colleagues in the Legislature should be focused on for the rest of this session, and the rest of this year.

            The online survey is only 13-questions long, and should only take a couple minutes complete. He said in a written statement that he wants to get a sense of what's on people's minds right now concerning some of the key issues facing the state. You can find the poll here.

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