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Jun 19 2008
Archaeological Dig Begins Today PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 19 June 2008

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            The Baranov and Alutiiq Museums are teaming up to begin an excavation at the historic Baranov Museum site as a part of their Bicentennial Archaeology Project. Mary Donaldson has more.

 

           

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Jun 18 2008
Lane Dividers Block Business Access PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2008

 

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            Cement medians laid down this week in the middle of Rezanof Drive between The Y and Marine Way has taken motorists and some business owners in the area by surprise. The barriers are meant to restrict left-hand turns in the city’s busiest traffic bottleneck.

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Jun 18 2008
Slow Start To Salmon Season Triggers Closures PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2008

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           Weak salmon runs are forcing state and federal fishery managers to close down some subsistence and commercial fishing activity around Kodiak Island.

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Jun 18 2008
Camps Keep Alutiiq Culture Alive In Native Youth PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 June 2008

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            The first Dig Afognak Camp for the summer is coming up this week. As Mary Donaldson reports, the camps play an important part in keeping the Alutiiq culture alive.

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Jun 17 2008
USCG Middle East Commander Calls Kodiak Home PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 17 June 2008

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Capt. Matthew Bell, commanding officer of Coast Guard Patrol Forces Southwest Asia, salutes Capt. Glenn Grahl at a change of command ceremony for Coast Guard forces in the Middle East Monday. The salute signifies that Capt. Bell has properly relieved Capt. Grahl. Bell and his family live in Kodiak. (Coast Guard photo by ETC Christopher Smith, Patrol Forces Southwest Asia).

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          The former commanding officer of the Kodiak-based Coast Guard cutter Alex Haley is now the commander of U.S. Coast Guard forces in the Middle East supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. KMXT's Casey Kelly has this profile of Commodore Matthew Bell, who despite being halfway around the world still calls Kodiak home.

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