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Feb 26 2009
Wild and Scenic Films Come to Kodiak
Thursday, 26 February 2009

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            On Friday evening, the Wild and Scenic Film Festival comes to Kodiak. The travelling festival aims to inspire and motivate people to go out and make a difference in their respective communities and the world by promoting its message of environmental activism.

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Feb 25 2009
FV Icy Mist Crew Rescued
Wednesday, 25 February 2009

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          The Coast Guard successfully rescued four men from a grounded fishing vessel in the Aleutian Islands early Wednesday morning. The Icy Mist is homeported in Kodiak. KUCB's Anne Hillman has the details.

 
Feb 25 2009
KEA Finalizes Terror Lake Purchase
Wednesday, 25 February 2009

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            On Tuesday morning in Portland, Oregon, officials from Kodiak Electric Association signed off on the final agreement to purchase the Terror Lake Hydro-Electric facility, thus ending the Four Dam Pool and providing KEA the opportunity to meet its goal of 95-percent non-fossil fuel reliance.

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Feb 25 2009
Karluk King Season to Open with Restrictions
Wednesday, 25 February 2009

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            There's another poor return forecast for king salmon on Kodiak's Karluk River, and that's prompting the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to open the sportfishing season with restrictions from the begining.

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Feb 25 2009
Resolution's Voyage Terminated by Cutter Mustang
Wednesday, 25 February 2009

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            The Coast Guard Cutter Mustang, conducting random fishing boat boardings in Kodiak waters terminated the voyage of the fishing vessel Resolution on Tuesday for not having a survival suit for a four-month-old infant on board.

            Captain Mark Hamilton, commander of Coast Guard Sector Anchorage, said he was "deeply concerned" that the Resolution even had an infant on-board while fishing. Coast Guard regulations require immersion suits for everyone aboard a commercial fishing vessel.

            The Resolution was escorted by the Mustang back to Kodiak harbor, where the master of the vessel was instructed not to get back underway with the infant again until an immersion suit can be provided.

            The Resolution, a longliner homeported in Homer, had 3,000 pounds of Pacific cod on board.

            The 110-foot Mustang is based out of Seward.

 
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