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NOAA Fisheries taking comments on Gulf Rationalization. What do you think?
 

The LegHead Report

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Fish Radio with Laine Welch

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Burn ban in effect Borough wide
Due to current dry and windy conditions, there is a borough-wide burn ban in effect. No incinerator or open burning is allowed at this time.
 
Jan 21 2011
Tsunami Siren in Flats a False Alarm
Friday, 21 January 2011

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            Bells Flats residents might have been confused last night (Thurs) and wondering if they should head for high ground after the tsunami siren got stuck in the "ON" mode.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall, who lives on Bells Flats Road on the Sargent Creek side of the Flats, said she first noticed the siren at about 6:30, but it wasn't very loud so she just figured it was some alarm at Brechan's gravel pit.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby told Bells Flats residents at the start of last night's assembly meeting at about 7:30 that the repair people were working to shut to alarms off:

 
Jan 21 2011
Annual Arts Council Gala Saturday
Friday, 21 January 2011

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A 60-pound soapstone carving by Michael Scott is one of the many items to bid on at the annual Kodiak Arts Council auction.

 

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            Lions and tigers and bears...and fish and travel and artwork.

            That's what you can expect at this year's Arts and Adventure Auction which will be held on Saturday at the Harbor Convention Center.

            The annual event is a major fund-raiser for the Kodiak Arts Council .

            Executive Director Tom Quass says, the popular African Photo Safari is back for an encore.

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Jan 21 2011
Neva Egan, 1914-2011
Friday, 21 January 2011

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Neva Egan, Alaska’s first First Lady, passed away Wednesday night at 9:40 p.m. at the Juneau Pioneer Home. She was 96.

 

              Former first lady Neva Egan died in the Juneau Pioneer home at the age of 96 Wednesday night. Her husband Bill was a Valdez grocer who became the state's first governor. Rosemarie Alexander at KTOO found an interview recorded with Neva Egan at the age of 90, and has the story:

 
Jan 21 2011
Deckwatch from the U.S. Coast Guard
Friday, 21 January 2011

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          The feature on Deckwatch this week is about the Coast Guard involvment with the 50 Bikes for 50 Kids event on Martin Luther King Day in Anchorage.

 
Jan 20 2011
Stevens and Chenault Preside over State-of-State Speech
Thursday, 20 January 2011
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Senate President Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, and House Speaker Mike Chenault, R-Nikiski, share a light moment prior to convening the Joint Session to hear Governor Sean Parnell's State of the State address tonight at the Capitol. Photo courtesy House Majority Press.

 
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