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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 13 2011
The Alaska Fisheries Report
Thursday, 13 January 2011

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afr-logo-aprn-100dpi-web.jpg            Coming up this week, the Alaska Board of Fish is meeting in Kodiak right now, but they've got even more work to do next week in Anchorage; Cora Campbell has won over some critics, and EVOS lawyers are looking for Alaska's lost fishermen. We had help this week from Coast Alaska's Ed Schoenfeld in Juneau, KMXT's Jacob Resneck AND Maggie Wall in Kodiak, KUCB Anne Hillman in Unalaska and KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg.

 
Jan 13 2011
Snared Eagle Recovering
Thursday, 13 January 2011

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The young bald eagle rescued last week in Kodiak is shown at the rehab center in Anchorage. Photo Dave Dorsey/Bird TLC

 

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            A young eagle found caught in a snare last week is now recovering at a bird rehabilitation center in Anchorage. The young male eagle was discovered by a borough employee at an illegal dumpsite near Monashka. A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist helped free the bird which had been trapped in an untagged snare. The eagle was later flown to the bird rehabilitation center.

            Robin Corcoran, a biologist at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, says she spoke to the director of the avian rehabilitation center this week for an update.

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Jan 13 2011
Hitting the Right Notes - Beauty and the Beast in Rehearsals
Thursday, 13 January 2011

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            The first stage musical in two years will be produced in Kodiak this spring. The Kodiak Arts Council is producing Beauty and the Beast. Casting wrapped up last week for actors and musicians and rehearsal has already begun in anticipation of the March performances.

            Co-director Jenny Stevens says cast members in the 45-person compliment are already hitting the right notes.

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Jan 12 2011
School District Budget Calls for Teacher Cuts
Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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            The first numbers for next year's Kodiak Island Borough School District budget were released this week. Preliminary figures put the draft budget at about $45.4 million, a $2.9 million increase over the previous year.

            Luke Fulp is the district's finance director. He says the increase largely comes from payroll. He said there are no proposed changes in funding priorities that would shift emphasis from one program to another.

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Jan 12 2011
More Delays Push Jail Opening to February
Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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            Kodiak city officials say they are looking forward to completing the new jail on Mill Bay Road. The police department has already moved in, but inmates continue to be housed at the old jail downtown.

            The opening date has been pushed back several times due to last minute change orders but City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski says inmates should be transferred to the new lockup by the first of February.

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