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Apr 30 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 April 2009

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         On this week's show: Ted Stevens and 19 others are honored at ComFish; the king forecast for the Yukon looks bleak, and there's a delay in getting a Sitka hatchery online. All that and the board of fish refuses to meet in Bristol Bay. We had help from KMXT's Erik Wander in Kodiak, KYUK's Angela Denning-Barnes in Bethel, KDLG's Adam Kane in Dillingham, and KCAW 's Robert Woolsey in Sitka.

 
Apr 30 2009
High School Students Hammer Things Out in Class PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 April 2009

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            Several carpentry students from village schools are in town this week, working with students from Kodiak High School on an ambitious construction project in the hopes of raising funds for the Ahkiok school.

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Apr 29 2009
Local Emergency Managers Prep for Swine Flu PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2009

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            Although no cases of swine flu have been reported in Alaska thus far, state and local emergency planning groups are mobilizing in preparation for a possible outbreak. 

            A teleconference sponsored by the Alaska Department of Health and Human Services was held Wednesday. Duane Dvorak, associate planner with the Kodiak Island Borough's Community Development Department, took part in the teleconference. He said the state is taking the lead on Alaska's response to a potential swine flu threat, and advising local communities on preparedness. He said that commonly known preventative measures bear repeating until more specific response measures can be determined.

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Apr 29 2009
Bob Poe, First Gubernatorial Candidate, Visits Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2009

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Candidate for governor Bob Poe poses with KMXT's non-Y2K-compliant Associated Press Computer. Poe successfully led Alaska's effort to ensure that the state's computers did not shut down on Jan. 1, 2000. Photo by Jay Barrett

 

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            The first declared candidate for next year's gubernatorial election was in Kodiak last week for ComFish. Bob Poe is a Democrat who's worked for four governors, Bill Sheffield, Steve Cowper (cooper), Wally Hickel and Tony Knowles. Poe is probably best known as being responsible for Alaska's year 2000 computer preparations.

            Poe has embraced the high-tech "Web 2.0" strategy of connecting with Alaskans. Besides a web site, he also has a Facebook group, a Flickr photo stream, a YouTube channel, and he regularly issues "tweets" to his Twitter account.

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Apr 29 2009
Assembly, Council Want UAF Research Vessel PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2009

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            At Tuesday night's Kodiak Borough Assembly-City Council joint work session, the two governing bodies took up the issue of attracting a University of Alaska Fairbanks research vessel to Kodiak. In a March letter to the City Council, City Mayor Carolyn Floyd and City Manager Linda Freed, Borough Mayor Jerome Selby made a case for home porting UAF's Alaska Region Research Vessel in Kodiak.

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