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Dec 30 2009
COLA Up, Some Housing Allowances Down for USCG
Wednesday, 30 December 2009

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            Members of the military who are stationed in Alaska receive a “Cost of Living Allowance” or “COLA” in addition to their regular salary. “COLA” pay helps make up for the price of goods and services in high cost of living areas. While some federal employees are facing the loss of this supplemental income, that’s not the case for the Coast Guard in Kodiak.

            Chief Warrant Officer Jeff Pilkington is the family housing officer at the Kodiak base. He says that for those stationed in Kodiak, “COLA” is actually going up.

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Dec 29 2009
'Kodiak Shoreline,' A Funky Jazz Fusion Portrait of Kodiak
Tuesday, 29 December 2009

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            A Kodiak resident has just released his first album of jazz-funk instrumental music. Jay Barrett reached Frankie Barton in Hilo, Hawaii, where he's spending the winter.

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Dec 29 2009
Air Station Kodiak C-130 Delivers Salmon to Kotzebue
Tuesday, 29 December 2009

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KOTZEBUE, Alaska - A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak HC-130 Hercules aircraft crew delivers 20,000 pounds of silver salmon fillets to Kotzebue Dec. 28, 2009. 

The Coast Guard delivered the fish for a humanitarian effort which will feed 11 villages and more than 1.000 families in the area. 

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Charly Hengen.

 
Dec 29 2009
Kodiak Volunteers Rally for Bird Counts
Tuesday, 29 December 2009

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           Local bird-spotting volunteers are getting ready for another Audubon bird count. The second count will take place on Saturday in the Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay area. The next count comes on the heels of the annual Christmas Bird Count.

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Dec 28 2009
Coast Guard Rescues Overdue Teen Hunters
Monday, 28 December 2009

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            A helicopter crew from Air Station Kodiak rescued two teen boys from Afognak Island this (Monday) morning, after the pair were reported overdue from a hunting trip. Coast Guard spokesman Jon-Paul Rios in Anchorage said the boys were dropped off on the island north of Kodiak Sunday morning, but did not return to the pick-up point on Sunday evening.

            Rios said the father of one of the boys reported them overdue this (Monday) morning a little after 10 a.m. He said the boys did not have communication equipment, and it was unclear if they had camping or other survival gear with them. Rios said he wasn't sure why they were not reported overdue Sunday evening. The weather has been wet and breezy, with overnight temperatures in the upper 30s.

            An MH-60 Jayhawk from Kodiak was dispatched at about 11:30 a.m. this (Monday) morning and found the boys, ages 15 and 16, before noon. They were safely hoisted onto the helicopter and returned to Kodiak where they were turned over to emergency medical personnel. No injuries were reported.

 
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