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Feb 19 2009
NTSB Closes In on Crash Cause
Thursday, 19 February 2009

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            It appears an improperly installed thumb latch on a luggage panel and a missing guard are to blame for a door that swung open on a chartered Servant Air flight from Kodiak last year. The plane subsequently went into a nosedive and crashed into the bay just off the end of the runway. This, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report released recently. The plane was a Piper PA-31 Navajo Chieftan, an aircraft that has experienced six similar crashes with panels swinging open since 1977, three of which occurred in Alaska.

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Feb 19 2009
Kodiak Guardsman Spends 25 Years at Sea
Thursday, 19 February 2009

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            A Coast Guardsman stationed in Kodiak received the Coast Guard's newest honor during an informal ceremony in Kodiak when he was named "Master Cutterman." While many members of the Coast Guard wear the cutterman's insignia, which represents five years of sea service, the title of master cutterman is awarded to those having served more than 20 years at sea. 

Chief Warrant Officer Randy Salenski is currently stationed aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley and has served 25 years at sea.

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Feb 19 2009
Council Hears Cruise Ship Report
Thursday, 19 February 2009

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            At the Kodiak City Council regular meeting on Thursday evening, the Kodiak Island Convention and Visitors Bureau presented a report on the recently completed cruise ship public forum held in October. The brief presentation took place during the "citizens to be heard" portion of the meeting.

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Feb 18 2009
KEA Gearing Up for Summer Work on Pillar Mountain
Wednesday, 18 February 2009

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            In early June Kodiak Electric Association will begin the process of moving equipment up Pillar Mountain for its wind power project. The operation will involve the movement of very large vehicles through town.

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Feb 17 2009
Peterson Students Do Battle - With Books
Tuesday, 17 February 2009

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            Two teams from Peterson Elementary School in Kodiak are going to the state competition for the Battle of the Books.

Peterson Elementary Principal Beth Kohl and Chris Hicks, a teacher there, presented the results of the most recent battle of the books competition at the Kodiak Island Borough School District meeting on Monday evening. Kohl said students were enthusiastic about the contest and about reading.

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