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Dec 03 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 03 December 2009

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            Coming up on this week's show, beluga protection could be another blow to an already-embattled commercial fishery in Cook Inlet; the Board of Fish is meeting right now in Anchorage to consider Bristol Bay finfish proposals; and there's lots of news from MSC. Also, learning more about the Giant Pacific Octopus. We had help this week from APRN's Annie Feidt in Anchorage, KDLG's Mike Mason and Adam Kane in Dillingham, and KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
Dec 03 2009
Student's Dream Launches Kodiak College Newspaper
Thursday, 03 December 2009

 

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             Kodiak College has a new student newspaper. The paper is called "The Emerald Looking Glass."

             KMXT's Diana Gish tells the story of how it came to be:

Vince Lombardi said that "Once a man has made a commitment to a way of life, he puts the greatest strength in the world behind him. It's something we call heart power. Once a man has made this commitment, nothing will stop him short of success."

Lombardi could have been describing Alicia Briggs. She's the editor of Kodiak College's new student newspaper. Brigg's commitment began when her first article appeared in print.

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Dec 02 2009
Kodiak Choral Students to Share Stage with Grammy Winner
Wednesday, 02 December 2009

 

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            When Eileen Ivers hits the stage of the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium tonight, a group of Kodiak students will be right there with her.

KMXT's Diana Gish has the story:

 

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Dec 02 2009
KIB Assembly Considers Conflict of Interest Code
Wednesday, 02 December 2009

 

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             Earlier this year, the issue of a Kodiak Island Borough "code of ethics" surfaced in the borough assembly. An assembly conflict-of-interest code exists, but members felt it needed examination and revision.

            Around that time, Assembly member Louise Stutes proposed a conflict of interest code for the Assembly to adopt. That measure failed, but they did choose to make a study of the codes of other governments in areas similar to Kodiak.

            Borough clerk Nova Javier has been studying ethics codes and gathering information about them for the assembly to review. At last night's meeting her findings were introduced.

            Javier focused on the city of Haines' ethics code as a model to consider.

Of the members that joined in the discussion at last night's workshop, there was one clear point of agreement regarding the sample code: it was too lengthy.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby was one of those who felt like a new Kodiak Island Borough ethics policy should be short and too the point. He, and other members of the assembly, felt that the sample document went into too much detail. He felt like the document should stick to stating conflict-of-interest policy and stay away from legal opinions or analysis.

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Dec 01 2009
Usage Changes Proposed for Refuge
Tuesday, 01 December 2009

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            On Wednesday there will be a public forum on several proposed changes in the Kodiak national Wildife Refuge. Speakers will discuss three items affecting areas near the O'Malley River, Den Mountain and at public use cabins.

            The O'Malley River used to be open for bear-viewing, says Bryan Glaspell, the visitor services manager for the refuge, but it's been closed for some time, and the proposed change would re-open it.

            A forum Wednesday (Dec. 2) afternoon will be hosted by students at Kodiak College, in room 110 at 4 p.m. Glaspell and Larry Van Dael of the Kodiak Brown Bear Trust will be the presenters. It is open to the public.

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