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Jun 26 2009
Air Station Kodiak Crews Searching for Missing Seaman
Friday, 26 June 2009

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            The Coast Guard is searching for a man presumed to have fallen overboard from the 685-foot container ship Sao Paulo about 754 miles southwest of Kodiak.

            Coast Guard Petty Officer Charly Hengen says 37-year-old Yom Kai Bao Fang was last seen aboard the ship at 11:30 a.m. Thursday and was discovered missing approximately seven hours later after failing to report for watch.

            The Sao Paulo retraced its previous course and searched the ship for five hours. All life jackets and survival gear on board were also accounted for, according to the Coast Guard.

            The Coast Guard 17th District Rescue Coordination Center in Juneau was notified of the missing man at about 11 p.m. Thursday and issued an urgent marine information broadcast requesting the assistance of any vessels in the area.

            An HC-130 Hercules aircraft was launched from Air Station Kodiak at 1:22 a.m. and reached the search area at 4:20 a.m. That aircraft has completed its search, but a second Hercules is scheduled to arrive on scene at about 3 p.m. today (Friday) and will search the area for about three hours before returning for fuel.

            Six foot seas, 23 mile-per-hour winds and a water temperature of 59 degrees are being reported in the area.  The man was wearing a light blue jacket and dark blue pants when he was last seen.

            The Sao Paulo is a Hong Kong-flagged vessel and was sailing to Mexico.

 
Jun 26 2009
One More Year for Kodiak Jail
Friday, 26 June 2009

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            The Kodiak City Council drew a line in the sand at its meeting last night, stating that this will be the last year it will provide jail services unless the state of Alaska gives the city more money. The council authorized one last contract with the state to provide jail services, in the amount of 600-thousand dollars. The city is in the process of constructing a new police station and emergency services headquarters on Mill Bay Road, but the portion of the building that a jail could occupy is being left empty.

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Jun 26 2009
New Members Appointed to Ferry Board
Friday, 26 June 2009

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            Governor Sarah Palin has named two new members of the citizens' panel that works with the state ferry system. The group has also elected a new chairman.

            Juneau's Patrick Owen and Fairbanks' Seth Church were named to the Marine Transportation Advisory Board this week. The 11-member panel advises the state on Marine Highway issues.

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Jun 26 2009
Yes Virginia, There is a Free Lunch
Friday, 26 June 2009

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            For drivers wondering why some of Kodiak's yellow school lights continue to flash even though school is out for summer, it turns out there is a good reason. It also turns out there is such a thing as a free lunch, at least for children in Kodiak.

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Jun 25 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 25 June 2009

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            Big red salmon are being caught in Cook Inlet, which may explain the growing number of sharks being hauled in there. Also, ASMI brings some big-name Lower 48 chefs up to tour Petersburg. All that and how smart is your gear? Also, how canned salmon helps feed the world's needy, and UCIDA pushes net recycling. We had help from KBBI's Marcia Lynn in Homer, The Redoubt Reporter's Patrice Kohl in Soldotna, KFSK's Alex Hotz in Petersburg, KMXT's Erik Wander in Kodiak, KDLL's Ben Stanton in Kenai, and KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
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