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Jul 22 2010
Family Still Seeking Resolution to Carbine Murder
Thursday, 22 July 2010

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            A murder that took place almost 30 years ago in Kodiak remains unsolved. Fisherman Thomas Carbine was found dead in the parking lot of the Beachcomber bar around 3:30 in the morning on July 15th, 1982.

            The murder case is receiving a lot of attention lately. Jim Stogsdill of the Alaska Bureau of Investigation explained that even though the crime was committed almost three decades ago, the case was never closed.

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Jul 22 2010
Ribbon-Cutting at New Police Station
Thursday, 22 July 2010

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            It took nearly 10 years but Kodiak now has a new police station. The modern facility - located on Mill Bay Road across from Cost-Savers - had its first public viewing Wednesday.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and has this report:

 

 

 

           

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Jul 21 2010
Primary Election Registration Deadline Looms
Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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            Time is running out for people planning to vote in the upcoming Alaska Primary Elections.

            This weekend is the deadline for registering to vote in the August  24th primary.

            You can register to vote-or to change your party affiliation-by going to the borough or city clerk's office in the borough building before the end of the day Friday.

            You can also register on-line at the division of elections web site. But, you'll want to scope out the site ahead of time to make sure you qualify and have access to digitized versions of required identification.

            The Alaska Division of Elections website is elections dot Alaska dot gov.

            For more information on local registrations contact the borough clerk's office at 486-9310.

 
Jul 21 2010
24-Hour Relay for Life Starts Friday 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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            Kodiak's Relay for Life -which raises money for the American Cancer Society while remembering cancer victims and celebrating cancer survivors - is coming up this weekend at Baranof Park. Three members of the organizing committee were on KMXT's Talk of the Rock Tuesday to discuss the event. They were Pam Forman, Angela McFarland and Jessica Skonberg.

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Jul 21 2010
Polar Star Aground; Crew Safe
Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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            The crew of a Kodiak-based seiner is safe after running aground in the Shelikof Strait and puncturing the hull Tuesday morning. The captain of the 58-foot fishing vessel Polar Star radioed the Coast Guard just after 10 Tuesday morning saying the crew might have to abandon ship.

           

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