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Feb 09 2010
Session in Full Swing Early This Year
Tuesday, 09 February 2010

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            The Alaska Legislature has been in session a couple of weeks now, and according to Senate President Gary Stevens of Kodiak, legislators and staff are already scrambling to get their work done. Never a fan of the 90-day session mandated by a voter initiative, Stevens says it short-changes constituents who would like to be heard on issues important to them.

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Feb 09 2010
Two New Faces Join KICVB Board
Tuesday, 09 February 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Convention and Visitors Bureau held its annual meeting recently, handing out more than a half-dozen awards and electing two new people to the board of directors.

            Janet Buckingham, the executive director of the CVB, said two of the awards this year are brand new.

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Feb 08 2010
Healthy Tomorrows Coalition Meets This Week
Monday, 08 February 2010

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            The Healthy Tomorrows Coalition meets this week to work on its 2010 action plan. The group, which is made up of several local agencies, has just been awarded a sizable grant to help carry out that plan.

            Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center's Public Relations and Communications Coordinator Borghy Holm explained how the multiple-agency coalition came to be.

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Feb 08 2010
Sirens Sound False Alarms
Monday, 08 February 2010

 

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            A series of alarms raised alarm in Kodiak on Friday. In the early afternoon, the city tsunami warning sirens went off several times leaving residents wondering if it was "the real deal."

            As it turns out, it was a false alarm; several false alarms in fact. A battery problem caused the alarm to go off on its own a number of times before it was fixed.

            The Kodiak Police Department was inundated with calls Friday, from people trying to figure out why the sirens were sounding. Lieutenant Ray Ellis said that the high number of phone calls presented the police with another problem as they attempted to deal with the sirens.

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Feb 08 2010
LORAN Signal Fades Into History
Monday, 08 February 2010

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            Once, the cutting edge of navigation technology, signals from the LORAN system will soon fade into history. Most of Alaska's "Long Range Aids to Navigation" or "LORAN"stations, which began broadcasting in World War Two, will be turned off on Monday.

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