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Jun 04 2010
Bears Shelled in Two Tourney Losses
Friday, 04 June 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears baseball postseason is over. The Bears lost to the West Anchorage Eagles this (Friday) morning 12-to-1 in a consolation bracket game at the state championship tournament in Palmer. The game was shortened by the 10-run mercy rule.

            The Bears lost 19-0 in opening-round action last night against the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears, who no-hit Kodiak through a mercy-rule-shortened five-inning game.

            Juneau will play against Fairbanks West Valley, and Sitka will play defending state champion Dimond in semifinal action today.

 
Jun 04 2010
New Field Guide for Kodiak Island
Friday, 04 June 2010

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            Hikers wandering the scores of trails around Kodiak Island need no longer wonder what kind of plant or flower they've stumbled across, thanks to a new field guide written by one of the community's best-known naturalists. Stacy Studebaker's "Wildflowers and other Plant Life of the Kodiak Archipelago," contains over 600 photographs of over 300 kinds of plants. But Studebaker says there are plenty of plants she decided to leave out.

            The book is available at several stores in Kodiak, including the Alutiiq and Baranof Museums, KICVB Information Center, Mack's, Orion's, Next Page, Fort Abercrombie, Monk's Rock, Norman's and the Kodiak Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center.

 

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Jun 04 2010
Jail Funded; Water Projects Axed by Parnell
Friday, 04 June 2010

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pdf House 36 Capital Projects

            Governor Sean Parnell signed the state's budgets Thursday, but took the red pen to $300-million in capital improvement projects around the state. Almost $7-million of those cuts came at the expense of the city of Kodiak. The two projects cut were the ultra-violet secondary drinking water treatment facility in the amount of $4-million, and Phase Three of the Aleutian Homes water and sewer replacement project, in the amount of $2.8-million.

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Jun 03 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 03 June 2010

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           Coming up this week, some of the candidates for governor get fishy in Kodiak; Southeast dive fishermen are concerned about the increasing sea otter population, and the Bristol Bay salmon season is go! All that, and the latest from the Gulf of Mexico disaster. We had help this week from KDLG's Jacob Resneck in Dillingham and KRBD's Deanna Garrison in Ketchikan.

 
Jun 03 2010
Acidic Oceans Affecting Sealife
Thursday, 03 June 2010

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            The prevailing theory says that as the climate warms, the oceans will absorb more carbon dioxide, which would shift the pH-balance in the seas, making them more acidic. That would wreak havoc for the sea life which make their shells out of calcium, and for animals further up the food chain that will no longer have anything to eat. And that includes those critters in the middle of the food chain that fishermen catch for a living.

            For the first time, according to Alan Parks, outreach coordinator for the Alaska Marine Conservation Council, scientists are seeing quantifiable evidence that acidic oceans are causing problems for commercial seafood operations, specifically, at the Whiskey Creek shellfish hatchery in Oregon.

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