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Jul 31 2009
USCG Emergency Communications Personnel Moving to Sector Anchorage
Friday, 31 July 2009

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            The United States Coast Guard is moving six personnel from both Kodiak and Valdez to Anchorage to monitor emergency communications. Ensign Allie Ferko  is a spokeswoman with Sector Command in Anchorage.

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Jul 30 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 30 July 2009

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            On this week's show, gillnetters are not happy about commercial closures in Cook Inlet, fish tickets are being proposed for halibut anglers, Rainforest Wild is moving on, and it's hot in Sitka - hot pink. All that, and what's this about mad cow fish? We had help this week from KDLL's Ben Stanton in Kenai, KTOO's Rosemarie Alexander in Juneau, KCAW's Emily Schwing in Sitka, and KHNS' Tara in Haines.

 
Jul 30 2009
Stimulus Grants Fund Youth Employment
Thursday, 30 July 2009

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            Three federal stimulus grants are benefitting Kodiak youth and assisting some local employers.

The Department of Labor's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Summer Youth Employment Program is putting Kodiak youth to work this summer.

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Jul 29 2009
A Tale of Two Pools
Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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            The school board held its regular meeting Monday (last) night. The board heard two reports, both from the district's Director of Operations, Scott Williams. Williams gave an update on the high school bond project as well as a report on summer maintenance projects district-wide.

            Included in that list was an update on the old and new swimming pools. Some eyebrows were raised when Williams reported a leak in the roof above the pool. That is, until he clarified which pool roof had a leak.

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Jul 29 2009
High School Project Different Than Last Year
Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly will decide next week whether to put a measure on the ballot this fall asking voters if 76-million dollars in bonds should be authorized to fund renovation and an addition to Kodiak High School. District officials have updated the assembly and the school board on numerous occasions, and are urging interested residents attend the assembly meeting to voice their opinion during the scheduled public hearing.

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