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Jun 22 2009
Kodiak Delegation Feels Good About AG Nominee Sullivan
Monday, 22 June 2009

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            Alaska legislators appear likely to confirm Governor Sarah Palin's latest choice for attorney general, and Kodiak's representatives to Juneau expressed similar confidence that Dan S. Sullivan will be approved. But first, the House and Senate Judiciary Committees have to thoroughly review his credentials and interim job performance.

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Jun 19 2009
City Councilman Maker Resigns
Friday, 19 June 2009

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            Kodiak City Councilman Jack Maker has resigned. In a letter to the mayor and his colleagues, Maker said he no longer lives within city limits, and therefore was forced to step down.

            The council will accept his resignation at its meeting on Thursday, and likely publicize the vacancy. The council has until July 9th to appoint his replacement, who will then serve until the municipal elections in October, at which time the seat will be on the ballot for a one-year term. Maker was elected in 2007 to a three year term on the council.

 
Jun 19 2009
Moore Takes Command at ISC Kodiak
Friday, 19 June 2009
090619.adq_isc_change.jpg KODIAK, Alaska - Captain Jesse K. Moore, right, commanding officer of Integrated Support Command, Kodiak, gives his welcoming remarks during a change of command ceremony Friday, June 19. Moore relieved Capt. Mark S. Carmel, center, as commanding officer of Integrated Support Command Kodiak in a formal ceremony. Captain Robert E. Day Jr., left, commander of Maintenance and Logistics Command Pacific presided over the ceremony. Tune into KMXT on Monday for Erik Wander's story on the change of command. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/PA1 Kurt Fredrickson)
 
Jun 19 2009
Come Have Coffee with a Ranger
Friday, 19 June 2009

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            The Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center's "Coffee with a Ranger" program is now underway. The weekly event offers visitors and residents an opportunity to connect with experts on a variety of wildlife issues.

            The next "Coffee with a Ranger" presentation will take place at 1 p.m. on June 24th.  Naturalist Doug Stuart will discuss National Wildlife Refuges from Kodiak to Attu.

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Jun 19 2009
Help for Snorers and Insomniacs Now Available On-Island
Friday, 19 June 2009

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            People suffering from the sometimes debilitating effects of a lack of sleep now have an on-island option for determining the severity of their condition. Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center recently opened a permanent in-house sleep lab to study and monitor patients for sleep disorders.

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