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Jul 28 2010
State, District, Preparing Students for the Workplace
Wednesday, 28 July 2010

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            A conference was held Tuesday in Kodiak bringing together employers and educators to brainstorm how to better prepare Kodiak students for the workforce of the future.

            Jerry Andrews is the apprenticeship coordinator for the Alaska Department of Labor and Work Force Development. He says his boss, Commissioner Click Bishop, and Education Commissioner Larry LeDoux, are together seeking a solution.

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Jul 28 2010
Million-Dollar Lodge Attracts Just One Bid on EBay
Wednesday, 28 July 2010

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            They say that E-Bay is a great way to sell almost anything. But it wasn't the ticket for Kodiak Island lodge owners who listed their business for sale recently.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall was cruising E-Bay one night and found the lodge in Larsen Bay for sale. She has this report:

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Jul 27 2010
Large, Slow-Moving Bear Spotted Downtown
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
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"The Madsen Bear," a sculpture owned by the City of Kodiak, has been moved to the corner of Marine Way and Center Street, at the side of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. It's now in a perfect position to greet those disembarking from the state ferry Tustumena at Pier 1 just across the street. The bear has been restless the last few years, first moving from its spot in front of Fishermen's Hall to the spit near the gazebo, and this week to its current location. Jay Barrett photo.
 
Jul 27 2010
Talk of the Rock - Boosting Vocational Education
Tuesday, 27 July 2010

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           On this week's Talk of the Rock, incorporating more vocational education in the school system's curriculum.

 
Jul 27 2010
Kodiak Unemployment Drops in June
Tuesday, 27 July 2010

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            Not surprisingly, Kodiak's unemployment rate fell in the month of June, down slightly from May.

            The Kodiak Island Borough's 6-point-7 percent jobless rate was down a couple of notches from May's 6-point- 9 percent. It was down a full percentage point from the statewide average of 7-point-7 percent.

            Overall, there were 6,825 workers in the Kodiak borough workforce in June-up from 6,384 in May. That means 441 more people had jobs inside the Kodiak Island Borough in June than did in May.

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