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Oct 03 2008
Bear Killed At City Runway PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 October 2008

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           ADF&G biologist Larry Van Daele said this afternoon that officers from Fish and Game and Kodiak Police Department euthanized that bear that had been hanging around at the Municipal Airport on Mill Bay Road. The bear had been frequenting the vicinity all summer and recently became bolder in its attempts to get human food and garbage from nearby homes and businesses. Van Daele says that during the past few days it was active throughout daylight hours and did not respond to hazing or other attempts to keep it away from people.

            Meat from the bear was distributed amongs elders in Kodiak, the throat was collected by the Alutiiq Museum for use in traditional handicrafts, the head was sent to Washington State University for on-going research on bear brain physiology, and the hide will be sold at the Fur Rendezvous Auction in Anchorage.

 
Oct 03 2008
Bears Foraging Near Town PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 October 2008

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            Bears on Kodiak are running out of salmon and berries and have started looking for food closer to town. Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Larry Van Daele says he's been getting reports of bears sighted nearer civilization from Monashka Bay to Bells Flats. Yesterday afternoon he was called to the city landing strip on Mill Bay Road to shoo away a foraging bruin.

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Oct 02 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report With Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 October 2008

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            In this week's show, the North Pacific Management Council is meeting right now in Anchorage, with halibut and crab at the top of the agenda. Catch guidelines have been announced for the Bering Sea crab seasons; there's an impending shortage of fishery scientists; and do ergonomics and fishing go together? All that and much more on the Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett.

 
Oct 02 2008
Local Charities Make PFD List PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 October 2008

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            Seven Kodiak area non-profit organizations have qualified to be included in the first Alaska Permanent Fund Charitable Contribution Program. The plan allows Alaskans who receive a Permanent Fund Dividend to designate any portion of the check to one or more charitable organizations. There were 333 non-profits in Alaska qualified to be listed on the PFD application. The Alaska Giving Coalition released the list Tuesday.

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Oct 01 2008
Sun To Play Tricks With Communications PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2008

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            The sun may be peeking in and out of the clouds this fall in Kodiak, but that doesn't matter to dishes pointed at communication satellite orbiting above the equator. This time of year, just as in the spring, the sun moves behind the satellites and disrupts the reception of their signal.

            GCI, which offers long distance, cable TV and other communication services that depend on satellite communications, says the disruptions will not affect services delivered by fiber optic cable or land-based microwave relay.

            When cable TV outages happen, viewers will see a slow degradation of their signal, followed by several minutes of total disruption. It will then slowly clear.

            The sun outages will occur at various times in the afternoon for the next three weeks, and will vary in length.

 
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