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Jul 17 2008
State Won't Intervene In Exxon Interest Decision
Thursday, 17 July 2008

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            Three state lawmakers went on record this week saying the State of Alaska should file an amicus brief with the U-S Supreme Court, urging the court to order Exxon Mobil to pay interest on the 507.5 million dollar punitive damages judgment justices handed down last month in the Exxon Valdez oil spill case. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Jul 17 2008
Group Looks To Clean Up Elections
Thursday, 17 July 2008

 

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            With the growing number of past and present legislators getting caught up in the federal government’s dragnet of political corruption in Alaska, the “Clean Election” concept is gaining steam around the state.
            Tim June is the chairman of Alaskans for Clean Elections, the grassroots organization that has an initiative on the primary election ballot in August, which would create and fund public campaign financing. Jay Barrett has this report.

 

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Jul 17 2008
Fireworks Rescheduled For August 31
Thursday, 17 July 2008
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            Because of the torrential rain and fog that plagued the city of Kodiak on and about the Fourth of July, the annual fireworks show was postponed twice, and ultimately cancelled. But now word comes from City Hall that a new date has been set for the display.

 

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Jul 17 2008
All Star Boys Playing In Anchorage
Thursday, 17 July 2008

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            The 11 and 12 year old Little League all star boys are one and one in the district one double elimination tournament in Anchorage.

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Jul 17 2008
Control Problems Cause Power Outage
Thursday, 17 July 2008

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            Residents in the Monashka Bay and Dark Lake areas were left without power for about 15 minutes this morning. At about 7-o-7 this morning, the Terror Lake Unit two generator experienced control problems which caused it to go offline. Nancy Sweeney, Kodiak Electric Association’s communications specialist says that in order to balance the electric system, some circuits around town had to be shut down until the backup diesel generators were started, which is why some residents were without power. She says they are still investigating what caused the control problems, and that power will be operated by a combination of the Terror Lake and diesel units until the problem is resolved.

 

 

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