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May 09 2011
How Many Police Officers Does a Community Need?
Monday, 09 May 2011

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            Is Kodiak over policed? And how does this community stack up against similar sized cities in Alaska? KMXT's Jacob Resneck compared numbers from police departments in Sitka and Ketchikan to see how Kodiak compares.

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May 09 2011
Kodiak PD 911 Offline for Nearly an Hour Friday
Monday, 09 May 2011

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            A serious malfunction at the new Kodiak police station took key systems offline for about 40 minutes Friday morning. The 911 system was knocked out after computers, telephones and communication systems described by police in an email as "critical communications systems" went offline.

             Police say that during the failure 911 calls didn't go through and it wasn't clear if they were rerouted. Details such as the specific time of the event weren't provided and Police Chief T.C. Kamai wasn't immediately available for comment.

            But in a statement broadcast by email, the police department said its staff is investigating the reason for the outage and working to make sure it doesn't happen again.

           Police transferred all operations to the new $23 million facility on Mill Bay Road earlier this year. It's not clear what will be done with the former downtown police station and jail that's been shuttered since February.

 
May 06 2011
'When Crab Was King' Now a Photography Exhibit
Friday, 06 May 2011

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Patty Mullen Sr.is one of the subjects of the "Faces of the Kodiak King Crab Fishery" exhibit at the Baranov Museum. Alf Pryor photo

 

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           To date, "When Crab was King," has been an award winning oral history project of the Kodiak Maritime Museum, independently produced by KMXT's Maggie Wall. But now it's also a photography exhibit on display at the Baranov Museum.

             Toby Sullivan, the executive director of the Maritime Museum, says the photos of the subjects of the oral history project were taken by local photographer Alf Pryor.

             Sullivan says the exhibit, which will show through Crab Fest, will use telephones to guide visitors through the exhibit, with the complete "When Crab was King," show featuring the person in the photo they're standing in front of.

              The exhibit is up now at the Baranov Museum, and there is a reception on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Sullivan says there will be many of the show's subjects in attendance.

 
May 06 2011
Assembly Votes to Restrict Firecracker Sales
Friday, 06 May 2011

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last night approved all the major items on its regular meeting agenda, including those related to the new high school, the severance tax, and a partial ban on fireworks in the borough.

 KMXT's Maggie Wall has details.

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May 05 2011
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 05 May 2011

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afr-coho-tattoo-sm-web.jpg            Coming up this week, one federal board wants another to crack down on salmon bycatch; herring attention moves westward, and Bristol Bay is being held up as a shining example for sustainable salmon fisheries. All that, and forging fuel from fish, forthcoming on the Alaska Fisheries Report. We had help this week from KNBA's Joaqlin Estus in Anchorage, KMXT's Jacob Resneck in Kodiak, and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
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