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Jun 16 2008
Business In Chiniak PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 16 June 2008

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Business along the Chiniak Highway seems grim. With gas prices on the rise, the Kodiak Island Winery forced out of business and the Roads End Restaurant closed down for second summer in a row, what attractions are left to draw people to the end of the road? Mary Donaldson has this report.

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Jun 16 2008
Kodiak Guardsman Assumes USCG Middle East Command PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 16 June 2008

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Capt. Matthew Bell, the new commanding officer of Coast Guard Patrol Forces Southwest Asia, addresses the audience at a change of command ceremony for Coast Guard forces in the Middle East today (Monday). Bell is a former commanding officer of the USCG Cutter Alex Haley, homeported in Kodiak, where his family still lives. He takes over as commanding officer for Coast Guard forces in the Middle East, relieving Capt. Glenn Grahl. Coast Guard photo by ETC Christopher Smith, Patrol Forces Southwest Asia.

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Jun 16 2008
School Board Adopts Master Plan For New KHS PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 16 June 2008

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            Over the past year, school officials in Kodiak have been talking about the need to replace or completely renovate Kodiak High School. A facilities study carried out by district staff showed the current school to be inadequate in terms of classroom size, vocational space, offices, and simple design. On Thursday, the school board approved a master plan for the project that now moves to the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly, and eventually to voters for a municipal bond election in October. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Jun 13 2008
Washington Man Arrested In Izhut Bay Stabbings PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 13 June 2008
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            The Alaska State Troopers say a 33-year-old Washington State man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly stabbed his crewmates on that fishing boat in Izhut Bay Wednesday.
            Troopers arrested Shane Flemens, of Wenatchee, Washington, on Wednesday. Troopers say Flemens was aboard the fishing boat Kilokak, in Izhut Bay, on the southeast coast of Afognak Island, when he entered the galley of the boat Wednesday morning and attacked three crewmates with an 8-inch knife.
            First, he allegedly tried to stab 20-year-old Robert Lindsey. Troopers say Flemens then turned on 19-year-old Daniel Courchaine, pushed him to the floor, and began stabbing him in the chest and throat. Courchaine was taken to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center after being medevac’d by a Coast Guard helicopter from Air Station Kodiak.
            When the captain of the boat, 65-year-old Vitomir Kalcic entered the galley, troopers say Flemens also tried to stab him.
            No motive for the attack has been given. In addition to the attempted murder charges, Flemens was also charged with multiple counts of assault.
 
Jun 13 2008
Kaplan Emphasizes Education, Energy PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 13 June 2008
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    In the last of our series of interviews with the three candidates seeking to replace Representative Gabrielle LeDoux in the State House, Jay Barrett talks today with Democrat Dave Kaplan. Kaplan has been in Kodiak since 1988, and is a graduate of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He is a filmmaker and a partner in Camera-Q Productions. Kaplan will be facing Andy Lundquist in the Democratic Primary in August. The winner will face Republican Alan Austerman.
 
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