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Jul 20 2009
Salmon Bounty Goes Beyond Tasty Fillets
Monday, 20 July 2009

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            There have been tens of million salmon harvested so far this summer in Alaska waters, but only part of each fish is turned into tasty fillets. Salmon roe, of course, is a delicacy in Japan, but what happens to the rest of the fish?

            Peter Bechtel is a scientist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Fairbanks. He says the parts of a salmon that do not wind up on the grill hold a lot of possibilities.You can find out more about the value-added uses for Alaska's seafood at the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation website .

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Jul 20 2009
Nearly $12K Raised for Hatchery
Monday, 20 July 2009

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            Kodiak's King Salmon Sportfishing Derby wrapped up with the awards banquet last week. Judi Kidder, the tournament administrator, says about 12-thousand dollars was raised for the Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association, which runs the salmon hatchery here. She says the fish that turned out to be the biggest was caught on May 31st, very early in the tournament.

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Jul 18 2009
Jock of The Rock
Saturday, 18 July 2009

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            On this week's Jock of The Rock, Nick Sandin returns triumphantly from the wilds of Bristol Bay, tanned and rested. He's joined by Nuts of the Roundtable regulars Ron Sears and Jay Barrett, who are not nearly as tanned and not quite as rested.

 
Jul 17 2009
State, Kodiak Unemployment Lower Than Nation
Friday, 17 July 2009

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            The state's unemployment rate is now below that of the Lower 48, and Kodiak's unemployment rate is also bucking the trend.

            State figures show 8.5 percent of the borough's workforce to have filed for unemployment benefits in June, compared to 9.1 percent a year ago. That relates to 553 unemployed now, compared to 609 last year. Despite the canneries gearing up for salmon, the rate grew nine-tenths of a percentage point in June over May this year.

            The Wade-Hampton Census Area, that is, the northern Yukon Delta, once again recorded the highest rate of unemployment with nearly a third of the workforce idle. The tiny Denali and Bristol Bay boroughs each had the lowest rates in the state at 3.2 percent. In Anchorage, it was 7.3 percent.

            Statewide, the unemployment rate is 8.4 percent, fully one percentage point lower than the rest of the nation. The state's rate in June represents an overall loss of 11-hundred jobs, most of those coming in the construction and the retail trades. As you might expect, seafood processing jobs statewide almost doubled from May to June. Jobs in healthcare also increased, as did government employment and jobs in the oil and gas industry.

 
Jul 17 2009
Assembly Approves New Recycling Contract
Friday, 17 July 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly has renewed Threshold's contract to provide recycling services. The contract was approved with tremendous public support and a unanimous vote but not without controversy.

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