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Jan 11 2010
Navy Floats Draft Environmental Impact Report for Gulf Wargames
Monday, 11 January 2010

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            A team of about a dozen Navy employees and contractors are visiting a handful of coastal Alaska cities presenting a draft Environmental Impact Statement for proposed Gulf of Alaska naval maneuvers. Depending on the alternative selected by the Navy, those maneuvers could involve use of high-powered sonar used in anti-submarine warfare, and even the sinking of derelict ships using artillery, missiles or torpedoes.

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Jan 11 2010
Two Kodiak SWAMC Seats Up for Re-Election
Monday, 11 January 2010

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            When the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference meets early next month, two of Kodiak's three board seats will be up for election. Those seats are currently held by Terry Haines of the Kodiak City Council and by Trevor Brown of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce. The other Kodiak seat is held by Louise Stutes whose term ends in 2011.

The goals of the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference, or "SWAMC" as it's called, are three-fold. The organization is focused on economic, community and organizational development for communities in Alaska's southwest.

Brown, who is as the economic development specialist for the Kodiak chamber explained the benefits of Kodiak's membership in the group:

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Jan 09 2010
Jock of the Rock
Saturday, 09 January 2010

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            On this week's edition of Jock of the Rock, Ron and Jay welcome the hardest working journalist in sports: Derek Clarkston, the editor of the Kodiak Daily Mirror, and talk about the BCS Championship, NFL Playoffs and the Kodiak High School Bears basketball teams.

 
Jan 08 2010
KIB Mayor Appoints Nordgulen to AERB
Friday, 08 January 2010

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            At the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly's special meeting last week, assembly members voted on the mayor's nominees to the Architectural/Engineering Review Board. At that meeting, the assembly said "yes" to nominee Cliff Ford and voted "no" for the other nominee: School Board President Norm Wooten.

             Mayor Jerome Selby told those gathered at the special meeting, that he selected Wooten in order to keep close communication with the school board during the building of the new high school. At the December 29th meeting, some of the assembly members expressed a strong wish that out-going board chairman Scott Arndt be re-appointed instead of replaced. With only one of the seats approved, Selby was forced to go back and select a different nominee to serve on the board.

            At last night's regular borough meeting, the mayor offered a new nominee for approval by the assembly: but it wasn't Scott Arndt. The new appointee was Ray Nordgulen.

            Before announcing Nordgulen as his new choice, Selby praised the four people who volunteered to serve with the A-E-R-B.

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Jan 08 2010
Fire Destroys Cabin on Three Sister's Way
Friday, 08 January 2010

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          A fire on Three Sister's Way has destroyed a cabin belonging to Lou Dochterman. The chief of the Bayside Fire Station said that his department got the emergency call around 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Bob Himes said that when the fire trucks arrived, the house was already engulfed in flames:

             "When I got there it was fully involved. We worked on it for a couple of hours and got in under control and put out though it was a total loss for the building. The building was unoccupied at the time. It was in the process of being remodeled. There was one minor injury for a firefighter: smoke inhalation. All four fire departments responded: City, Bayside, Women's Bay and the Coast Guard. It took everyone to get it under control and do it safely."

            Himes did not name the injured person who was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. He said the firefighter is now "doing fine."

            Since no one was home at the time, he said it took awhile before the fire was noticed.

             "It was called in by a neighbor who saw the flames. Right now it appears that it was started by a portable heater. So it probably started burning for quite a while before it broke through the windows for someone to notice. And that's what the evidence is pointing to that it was a slow burning fire in the beginning and started in the general area of the heater."

            Himes estimates that damage to the cabin was around 50,000 dollars.

 
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