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KMXT 2015 Bear Crawl Results
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Nov 19 2010
Deckwatch
Friday, 19 November 2010

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            Deckwatch is produced weekly by the public affairs staff at the Kodiak Coast Guard Base.

 
Nov 19 2010
Terror Lake Hydro Expansion Moves Ahead
Friday, 19 November 2010

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            The Kodiak Electric Association is working on an expansion of its hydro capacity at Terror Lake. The cooperative utility has filed an application with federal regulators to add a third turbine to increase the capacity from 22.5 megawatts to 33.75 megawatts.

            KEA President and CEO Darron Scott explains that the third turbine wouldn't necessarily mean more power generated from the lake.

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Nov 19 2010
Kodiak Forum Addresses Suicide Prevention
Friday, 19 November 2010

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       Members of the Kodiak community gathered recently for a forum on suicide prevention. Two of the organizers of that event appeared on KMXT's Friday Morning Show. Join host Diana Gish for a conversation with Emily Arnick, the manager of the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program for the Native Village of Afognak and John Eaton, the director of the Employee Assistance Program for the USCG in Kodiak. They'd like to continue the dialogue on suicide prevention in future forums and to spread a message of hope for those who need it.

 

 
Nov 18 2010
Road Restrictions Announced For Friday Launch
Thursday, 18 November 2010

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            There will be some safety restrictions in effect on land, sea and in the air Friday in anticipation of the afternoon rocket launch at the Kodiak Launch Complex on Narrow Cape.

            The rocket reportedly contains seven payloads with more than a dozen different experiments.

            Air Force spokesman Joe Davidson is in Kodiak helping coordinate the launch. He reported Thursday that the total cost of the seven satellites is $120 million. The cost of the Minotaur IV rocket including a new propulsion system is $50 million.

            Anyone with questions about the restrictions can call the Alaska Aerospace Corporation's ground safety officer Mike Morton at 907-743-3500. Questions about the Coast Guard's exclusionary zone can be directed to the Coast Guard at 486-5918.

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Nov 18 2010
Fisheries Aide Cora Campbell Appointed Acting ADF&G Chief
Thursday, 18 November 2010

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            Governor Sean Parnell has tapped his fisheries aide Cora Campbell to be acting commissioner of Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

            Outgoing Commissioner Denby Lloyd steps down at the end of the month as does the director of commercial fisheries, John Hilsinger.

            Campbell's interim appointment was announced this morning.

            Meanwhile, the joint boards of Fish and Game have announced they are accepting resumes from prospective nominees through December 8th. Names of possible permanent appointees that have been circulating had included Campbell.

            But others reportedly being mulled are Trident Seafoods executive John Garner. Former Fish and Game chief McKie Campbell as also been floated as a contender. In 2008 he was appointed by Sen. Lisa Murkowski to serve in Washington D.C. as the Republican chief of staff on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.

 
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