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Jul 09 2010
Local Bands Fill Kodiak Nights With Song
Friday, 09 July 2010

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            If you want to hear a good band, you don't have to go off-island. There are plenty of talented musicians in town who are finding a place for themselves in local clubs.

            That is the message that Kodiak musician Bear Becker wants to get out to people looking for a great night on the town.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

Jul 08 2010
Air Station Sitka Crewmen Identified
Thursday, 08 July 2010

SEATTLE (AP) — The Coast Guard has identified the four crewmen from Air Station Sitka that crashed yesterday off the Washington coast in an MH-60 Jayhawk they were ferrying home from Astoria, Ore. The survivor is Lt. Lance D. Leone of Ventura, Calif. The four killed in the crash are identified as Lt. Sean D. Krueger of Seymour, Conn.; Adam C. Hoke of Great Falls, Mont.; and Brett M. Banks of Rock Spring, Wyo.

Jul 08 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 08 July 2010

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          Coming up this week, the salmon are late in Bristol Bay, while prices are good in Southeast; and getting your lox on the rocks .We had help this week from KDLG's Jacob Resneck in Dillingham, KFSK's Melati Kaye in Petersburg, KCAW's Ed Ronco in Sitka, and NPR's Michelle Norris in Washington D.C.


          The Coast Guard is a big part of life for Alaska's commercial fishermen, and many owe their lives to their heroics. We send our condolences to the families and friends of the Air Station Sitka Coast Guardsmen who were killed in the helicopter crash Wednesday in Washington State.  

Jul 08 2010
Two Kodiak Teens Find Their Way to Carnegie Hall
Thursday, 08 July 2010

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            Two Kodiak teens had the rare opportunity to sing at a New York City landmark recently. KMXT's Diana Gish has the story.

Jul 07 2010
Air Station Sitka Crew Crashes in Washington State
Wednesday, 07 July 2010

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            A Coast Guard helicopter with an Air Station Sitka crew aboard has gone down in the waters near James Island, Washington.

            The Coast Guard says in a news release that it lost contact with the helicopter just after 9:30 Pacific Time this morning - about 45 minutes after it departed from Air Station Astoria, in Oregon, with a Sitka crew aboard.

            Petty officer Eric Chandler says rescue efforts are underway. He says two crewmen were picked up by a good Samaritan vessel not long after the crash, while a third was picked up by a small Coast Guard response boat. The fourth crewman is still missing. Names of the crew members have not been released.

           The Coast Guard tells KING-TV in Seattle that the chopper was on its way to be based in Sitka from Elizabeth City, North Carolina.  The chopper was flown to Astoria, and an Air Station Sitka crew flew down yesterday to pick it up. The Sitka crew was aboard at the time of the accident.

            The National Weather Service reports the weather at the time of the crash was sunny and 80 degrees with east winds at 10 miles per hour.  Chandler, with the Coast Guard, says a cause for the accident is unclear.  KING-TV is quoting a local utility as saying the chopper struck a power cable in the area.



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