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Jul 06 2009
Fuel Still a Disproportionate Cost of Fishing
Monday, 06 July 2009

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            A year ago the price of diesel was over 5-dollars a gallon. That summer of rising fuel prices forced boat owners to make tough decisions about keeping their fishing operations afloat. And what about this summer? Has a slight drop in the cost of fuel given fishermen any relief? 

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Jul 06 2009
Palin Resignation Shocks Kodiak Delegation
Monday, 06 July 2009

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            Friday's sudden announcement by Governor Sarah Palin that she will be stepping down in three weeks caught Alaskans and Alaskan lawmakers by surprise. Senate President Gary Stevens of Kodiak says he didn't hear a word from the governor's office before her news conference. 

            Kodiak House Representative Alan Austerman didn't foresee the resignation either, but says it is not out of character for her. 

            Austerman speculated that Palin resigned to make preparations for a presidential run in 2012. 

            Stevens says he believes something is going on behind the scenes, but would not speculate other than to say that he doesn't think the governor is resigning due to the intense scrutiny or criticism that she's received since rising to the national stage 10 months ago.

            Stevens added that the state will have to move on, and he thinks Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell will do a good job as governor, but Austerman suggested Parnell m

            Palin will hand over the reigns of state government to Parnell at the annual Governor's Picnic in Fairbanks on July 26.

 
Jul 03 2009
Palin Resigns
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has announced she will step down on July 26th. She made the announcement at an impromptu press conference at her Wasilla home, surrounded by her family and Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell. She will turn the reins of government over to Parnell later this month when he is sworn in at the Governor's picnic in Fairbanks.

            Though she was vague about her future plans, Palin said she felt she could effect more positive change for Alaskans and Americans outside of government. She said there needs to be a "full-court press" against the policies of the federal government and the "flushing down the drain" of public dollars.

            She said the decision "has been in the works for a while," after much thought and prayer.

 
Jul 03 2009
Two Command Changes at Kodiak Coast Guard Base
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            It was a day of leadership transition for the Coast Guard in Kodiak. Two Change of Command Ceremonies took place Thursday on the base.Speaking at the first ceremony, Rear Admiral Arthur Brooks, The Commander of the 17th Coast Guard District, stressed the urgency of good leadership. 

Coast Guard Communications Station Kodiak held a change of command ceremony Thursday afternoon. Lieutenant Commander Peter Van Ness relieved Lieutenant Commander Michael Nasitka as commanding officer. Nasitka will now serve as executive officer aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Thetis in Key West, Florida.

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Jul 03 2009
Fireworks Tonight
Friday, 03 July 2009

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            Independence Day is almost here and that means its time for fireworks displays big and small.

KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with some of the people who help make sure that on Kodiak, Independence day is celebrated with a bang.

            The Kodiak fireworks display is scheduled for midnight tonight (Friday). The Holts and their crew of volunteers will light the display on Near Island.

 
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