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 bear_logo.jpg What a day we had at the Bear Crawl. Thanks to all of our sponsors and the volunteers who helped pull this event together. Congratulations to all of the contestants - you were brave, you were fast, you were muddy! You can find all the results here: 2015_bear_crawl_results_corrected
 
Jan 19 2011
Kodiak Pioneers Install Officers
Wednesday, 19 January 2011

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            Monday night at the Harbor Convention Center, the Kodiak "Igloos" - or chapters - of the Pioneers of Alaska held their joint annual meeting and officer installation.

            Nancy Sweeney was named Igloo 17 president, taking over from Lorna Arndt, while Howard Peterson will serve as president of Igloo 18 for a second year.

            Attending the meeting and performing the installations was Al Clayton Junior, the president of the Grand Igloo of the Pioneers of Alaska. A life-long Alaskan, Clayton is relatively young for a member of the Pioneers.

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Jan 19 2011
Borough Preparing to Sell Foreclosed Property
Wednesday, 19 January 2011

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            The Kodiak Island Borough is preparing to sell a number of parcels which had belonged to owners who failed to pay property taxes.

            Some of those parcels will be made available for purchase by auction, and others have caught the attention of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

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Jan 19 2011
Air Station Kodiak Choppers Forward Deploy to Bering Sea
Wednesday, 19 January 2011

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            The Coast Guard has repositioned helicopters and crew from the Kodiak Air Station to the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea for the duration of the winter fishing season. Petty Officer Jonathan Lally says the repositioning cuts about six hours of response time by basing aircraft on St. Paul Island.

            The Marine Safety Detachments in Kodiak and Unalaska recently conducted safety training with the Bering Sea crab fleet. Examiners look for overall stability. The Coast Guard reports that it's been five years since a crab vessel was found overloaded with pots.

            But there are still deficiencies. Expired safety equipment is the most common violation found during inspections. Spot checks are planned to continue in Unalaska for vessels participating in the Pollock "A" season which opens this week.

 
Jan 18 2011
Talk of the Rock - School Design Philosophy
Tuesday, 18 January 2011

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             Today on a prerecorded Talk of the Rock, Diana Gish speaks with Ron Bogle and Scott Williams about community involvement in school design.

            Tonight at 6 p.m. the Parent Teacher Student Association is hosting a meeting to discuss the design and construction plans for the Kodiak High School expansion and renovation. That'll be in the high school commons.

 
Jan 18 2011
Some Tanner Sections Reaching Harvest Goals
Tuesday, 18 January 2011

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            Some Tanner crab districts around Kodiak Island and the Alaska Peninsula are starting to close down as harvest levels reach the desired number.

            According to Fish and Game announcements, Chiniak Bay closed at 2 p.m. on Monday, but the rest of the Northeast Section remains open for now, as does the Southwest section. A previous announcement closing the Eastside Section was rescinded, according to area shellfish management biologist Nick Sagalkin. He says the department has reassessed in-season reports and believes additional fishing time will be necessary to achieve the Eastside Section harvest level. The section will not close as scheduled, and the department will continue to take reports until further notice.

            The Southeast Section of the Kodiak District is scheduled to close today. North of 57-degrees latitude, the closure is scheduled for 2 p.m., while south of that latitude will close at 6 p.m.

            The Cold Bay fishery in the Western Section of the South Peninsula District closed at 5:59 p.m. Monday.

            In all areas closing, the crab must be delivered within 24 hours. Contact Fish and Game for more updates - here's their link.

 
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