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It's getting closer and closer and schedules are getting tighter and tighter so this week the folks at APRN are adding an additional episode of Talk of Alaska so we can all be a little bit more knowledgeable when it's time to fill in the dots. The Governor makes his appearance Tuesday morning and the challenger, Bill Walker, makes his appearance Wednesday morning. Both live at 10am Tuesday and Wednesday this week (and both being repeated the same evening at 9pm on HD3)
 
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Apr 02 2010
Webster Reappointed to Fish Board; Kluberton Added
Friday, 02 April 2010

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            The chairman of the Alaska Board of Fisheries was reappointed yesterday (Wednesday) by Governor Sean Parnell. Vince Webster of King Salmon is wrapping up his first term on the board, and has been reappointed to a term expiring at the end of June 2013. Talkeetna's Thomas Kluberton is a new appointment made by the governor.

            Webster is a salmon setnetter in the Kvichak district in Bristol Bay, and a driftnetter in the Naknek district. In the off season, Webster is an equipment operator for the National Park Service, and previously worked as facilities and maintenance director for the Lake and Peninsula Borough School District.

            Kluberton is the innkeeper at the Fireweed Station Inn near Talkeetna. He served as a member of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly from 2006 to 2009, and served on the borough mayor's Sportsman's Committee during that time. He has also worked as an information systems and management consultant for the State of Alaska.

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Apr 02 2010
Long Distance Rescue Near Adak
Friday, 02 April 2010

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             Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak aircrews conducted a rescue on the 200-foot trawler, Ocean Peace, around 100 miles northwest of Adak yesterday morning.

A crewmember, 25 year-old Joemar Lontoc, was cleaning a fish processing machine when it was reported to have accidentally activated and severely lacerated his wrist.

The Coast Guard received a report from the Ocean Peace crew Tuesday afternoon requesting assistance.

Coast Guard spokeswoman Charlie Hengen explained the details of the rescue that started Tuesday night and ended Wednesday morning.

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Apr 02 2010
Subsistence Advisory Council Supports Hunt Ban
Friday, 02 April 2010

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            What appears to be a shrinking population of caribou on Unimak Island has been raising alarm with subsistence hunters. As a measure to protect the herd, the Federal Subsistence Board has suggested closing the island to caribou hunting.

            Last week the Kodiak/Aleutians Federal Subsistence Regional Advisory Council met to review that and other federal subsistence management proposals.

According to long-time advisory council member Pat Holmes, the bull-cow ratio is low right now and mortality rates are very high. He said it's a problem that's been developing for several years.

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Apr 01 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 01 April 2010

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          Coming up this week: Obama puts Bristol Bay off limits for off-shore drilling; consumers are getting a fare shake from Alaska processors, and king salmon, king salmon, king salmon. We had help this week from APRN's Annie Feidt in Anchorage, KCAW's Ed Ronco in Sitka, KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska, KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
Apr 01 2010
Taxi Cab Code Slated for Rewrite
Thursday, 01 April 2010

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            For a short time at last night's Kodiak City Council meeting, about half of all taxi cab permits in the city were endangered. An issue with taxi permit number 11, which had been revoked by the city clerk's office because the cab had not been on the road the minimum number of hours per month, threatened to spill over and affect many of the cabs in town. The council however overturned the revocation and avoided setting a precedent.

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