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Jun 07 2011
Fishermen, Processors Enlisted to Clean Marine Debris
Tuesday, 07 June 2011

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            An innovative clean-up program hopes to corral 10,000 pounds of marine debris off fishing beaches this summer. The collaboration of setnet fishermen, several local processors, and Kodiak's Island Trails Network plans to hit the beaches near fishing sites and have the debris hauled back to town by salmon tenders.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

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Jun 06 2011
More Military Exercises in Kodiak This Month
Monday, 06 June 2011

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            Kodiak will play a role in a major military exercise designed to make sure U.S. forces are able to work together in the event of a national emergency.

            Named "Northern Edge 2011," the exercise is scheduled to take place June 13 to 24. It is described as Alaska's premier joint training exercise, and includes 9,000 participants from all the services.

            Lt. Col. Mike Cabral is the lead planner for Northern Edge. He works out of Joint Base Elmendorf-Fort Richardson in Anchorage.

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Jun 06 2011
Overbooked Ferry Dampens Sunny Crab Fest for One Family
Monday, 06 June 2011

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            Last Monday, after enjoying one of the best Crab Festivals in years, the holiday ended on a sour note for one family, when they and their car were bumped from the state ferry Kennicott and had to fly home. The head of the ferry system admits to overbooking the ship, but says everyone who was bumped could have sailed the next day on the Tustumena.

            Jeremy Shiok said he was notified before he left Homer that the Kennicott was potentially overbooked on the return trip, but that since he made his reservations in December, his family of four was guaranteed to get on the ship when it was time to leave.

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Jun 06 2011
Nearly 1-Million Cruise Visitors Expected in Alaska
Monday, 06 June 2011

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The cruiseship Seabird in Petersburg. Ed Schoenfeld photo

 

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            Alaska's cruise season is well underway. Ships small and large have been plying the waters of Alaska for about a month now. Cruise lines bring close to 900,000 passengers to the state each year, many of whom continue on to Anchorage and communities to the west and north.

            CoastAlaska's Ed Schoenfeld checked in with the industry for a look at the summer's prospects. He starts out in Petersburg.

 
Jun 03 2011
Tsunami Response Exercise Saturday
Friday, 03 June 2011

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            If you see a large number of military and emergency responders roaming the streets of Kodiak tomorrow (Saturday) morning, do NOT be alarmed - it's not a disaster. But, they will be training for one - specifically an earthquake and tsunami.

            Sergeant First Class Jeff Alberts explains the activities that will take place - mostly downtown - starting tomorrow morning.

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