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Jun 30 2010
Sports Sockeye Fishing Closed on Karluk
Wednesday, 30 June 2010

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            The poor sockeye return to the Karluk River again this year has prompted managers to close the sports fishery there, starting today. Alaska Department of Fish and Game sportsfish management biologist Donn Tracy in Kodiak announced the closure on Monday.

            The biological escapement goal (B-E-G) for the early sockeye run is 110,000 to 250,000 fish, but so far this year only 55,768 had passed the weir through Monday. Even if the run timing is late, Fish and Game suspects the escapement will not reach the B-E-G, prompting the closure, which will be in place through July 15th, when the late run begins.

            The closure includes the catch-and-release fishery, and any sockeye salmon caught while targeting other species may not be removed from the water and must be released immediately.

 
Jun 29 2010
TOTR: Saint Innocent's Academy in the House!
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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             On this edition of Talk of the Rock, host Diana Gish is joined in the studio by Father Paisius and "thousands" of performers (or, at least a few dozen!) from Saint Innocent's Academy.

            The school is an alternative educational program for youth of high school age and older. The Saint Innocent's Academy curriculum features a strong emphasis on the arts which they readily demonstrate during this live performance.

 

 
Jun 29 2010
Buskin Section Reopens to Subsistence Fishing
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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100629.buskin-subsistence.jpg            The waters outside the mouth of the Buskin River will re-open to subsistence red salmon fishing tonight after midnight. Subsistence fishing was closed there earlier this month due to low returns, but now enough reds have crossed the weir to prompt the joint managers to open it back up.

            The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service jointly manage the fishery.

            As of Sunday, 6,006 sockeye were counted at the Buskin River weir, which gives managers some confidence the lower end of the escapement goal of 8,000 will be reached. The desired escapement by this date is from about 5,900 to 9,600 reds.

            The fishery will open at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday in an area inside lines drawn from Gibson Cove to the south end of Near Island and to Cliff Point.

            Fishermen are reminded that they should consult both State of Alaska fishing regulations and the Federal Subsistence Management regulations for waters subject to ANILCA Title 8 before fishing.

 
Jun 29 2010
Council Passes Personnel Rule Changes
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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            After simmering for several months and being the subject of long and sometimes philosophical discussions over the definition of what "sick" means, the Kodiak City Council has passed several changes to its personnel manual.

            City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski said the amendments were done with input from her department heads and employee groups, and cover three main areas.

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Jun 29 2010
Alutiiq Songs Returned During Sitka Visit
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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            Five Alutiiq songs that were lost to local Natives during the Russian era have returned to Kodiak thanks to Tlingit tribal elders in Sitka.

            The five songs were part of an exchange of information and experiences between elders and children at the Alutiiq-Tlingit Sharing of Cultures event held last week in Sitka.

            The Alutiiq Museum's Sven Haakanson was one of those attending the event. He says the songs originally travelled to Sitka with Native men who were forced to the Sitka area to hunt sea otters by early Russian settlers who held their wives and children captive.                                          

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