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Jun 24 2008
Corps Of Engineers Continues Military Clean Ups In Kodiak
Tuesday, 24 June 2008

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            The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is back in Kodiak cleaning up contaminated military sites. The Formerly Used Defense Sites, or FUDS, program, has been cleaning Army, Navy and Coast Guard sites around Kodiak for more than a decade.

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Jun 24 2008
Scooters Make A Comeback
Tuesday, 24 June 2008

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Some vehicle manufacturers in the Lower-48 are shutting down factories that had been producing thousands of SUV’s before gas prices rose markedly. Kodiak residents are also taking new steps to ease their pocketbooks from the rising cost of fuel. Mary Donaldson has this report.

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Jun 24 2008
Rauwolf Joins School Board
Tuesday, 24 June 2008

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New School Board member Peggy Rauwolf is sworn in Monday night at the board's regular meeting. Rauwolf replaces Peggy Tuttle, who resigned last month after her husband was transferred out of state by the Coast Guard. (Photo by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

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            The Kodiak Island Borough School District has seen its fair share of transition in the last year, and that continued at last night’s school board meeting.

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Jun 23 2008
Kennicott Diversion Will Not Affect Kodiak Service
Monday, 23 June 2008

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            The Alaska Marine Highway System announced late last week that the ferry Kennicott will be diverted from its usual route for 10 days in July to replace the ailing ferry Columbia on its run to and from Bellingham, Washington.

            The Columbia needs to go out of service for repairs to its number one generator. As a result, the Kennicott will be canceling its July 5th trip to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and take up the Bellingham run from July 6th through 16th.

            The change will not affect the Kennicott’s one-week-a-month service on the Kodiak to Homer run. It will leave Homer on June 30 for Southeast to ply the Bellingham route, and then return across the gulf to Kodiak as scheduled on July 25th.

            The Columbia is scheduled to return to service on July 16th, when it will depart Ketchikan for Bellingham.

 
Jun 23 2008
Cruiseship Brings Former Residents Back After 40 Years
Monday, 23 June 2008

 

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            When the cruise ship Tahitian Princess pulled into port Friday morning, some of its passengers felt like they were stepping back in time. One of them was Nancy Kaiser who was a young Navy wife living at Lake Louise from 1963 to 1965. She talked with KMXT’s Jay Barrett about what it was like in Kodiak on Good Friday in 1964.

 
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