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Jun 11 2010
Buskin Closed to Subsistence, Sports Fishing
Friday, 11 June 2010

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            The state and the feds are closing subsistence and sports fishing in and around the Buskin River because of another low return of sockeye salmon. In joint announcements this afternoon, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the Federal Subsistence Board announced the closure, which will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.

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Jun 11 2010
Assembly Looks to Increase KIB Revenue
Friday, 11 June 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough assembly is exploring ways to raise money. Once the borough sells bonds to pay for the new high school, more revenue must be generated in order to pay off that debt. At last night's work session, assembly members discussed different strategies.

            Some of the ideas under discussion include a mill levy increase, sales tax and a tax on alcohol and tobacco. Borough Manager Rick Gifford compiled some projected figures for the various revenue sources.

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Jun 11 2010
13 from Kodiak Set to Compete in Special Olympics Summer Games
Friday, 11 June 2010

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             Today, 13 members of "Team Kodiak" will head to Anchorage to compete in the Special Olympics Summer Games. The state-wide event involves around 1,000 athletes from 12 communities in Alaska.

            KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with one of the athletes representing Kodiak this weekend.

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Jun 11 2010
ADQ Crosswind Runway Reopens After Emergency Repairs
Friday, 11 June 2010

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            Kodiak State Airport's primary crosswind runway is open again, and another runway should reopen soon, after getting emergency repairs. Runway 18-36, which runs north-south, was closed over three weeks ago because the seams in the asphalt had deteriorated to the point where it was unsafe for planes to take off and land. The state had to bring in specialized equipment to do the repairs on the seams, and according to Department of Transportation spokesman Rick Feller in Anchorage, the process went smoothly and was done quickly.

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Jun 10 2010
Salmon Season Kicks Off in Kodiak
Thursday, 10 June 2010

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pdf Salmon Catch June_9

            The first catch numbers for the just-opened Kodiak salmon season were released this (Thursday) morning by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and nearly 7,000 fish -mostly sockeye - were hauled in on the first day.

            The Olga, Moser and Alitak Bay District reported a catch of 3,260 red salmon, while the Karluk, Northwest Kodiak and Southwest Afognak District reports 3,011 sockeye, plus 22 king salmon, 124 chum and one lonely humpy.

            The Cape Alitak and Humpy-Deadman District had a catch of 432 sockeye, while the Southeast Afognak and Raspberry District added 40.

            The total sockeye catch was 6,743, with 127 chum, 22 kings and that one pink, for a total catch on day one of 6,893 fish. 

            Meanwhile, escapement through Wednesday has been a mixed bag. According to Fish and Game numbers, the Karluk looks to be heading for another poor season, with sockeye down slightly from last year through June 9. With 5,458 reds being counted at the weir, it's down about 15-hundred from this time last year. While it's above 2008, it's still a small percentage compared to this time in the years from 2001 to 2005, where between 111,000 and 278,000 reds had escaped.

            Ayakulik red escapement is just over 37,000; Litnik is just over 23,000; Upper Station is almost 15,000 and the Chignik River is nearly 13,000. The Buskin River sockeye escapement is just over 1,500.

 
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