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Oct 23 2008
Man Jumps Off Western Dock
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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            Emergency crews responded to the dock at Western Alaska Fisheries in Kodiak this afternoon (Thursday), after a man stripped naked and jumped into the water.

            Lieutenant David Billings with the Kodiak Fire Department says the 911 call came in around 3:15. He says the man apparently jumped in and then climbed onto one of the crossbeams below the pier until harbor and police officers arrived. They transported him to Oscar’s Dock, where an ambulance crew was waiting to treat him for hypothermia and transport him to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center.

            Billings estimates the man was in the water for five to ten minutes and then on the crossbeam below the dock for another twenty minutes or so.  He says he was cooperative once authorities arrived, but didn’t give any indication as to why he’d jumped in.

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Oct 23 2008
Kodiak Projects In Statewide Transportation Ballot Measure
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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           With Kodiak voters facing choices on the November 4th ballot ranging from who will represent us in the state house to who will be president, a statewide transportation bond is getting lost in the shuffle.

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Oct 23 2008
Berkowitz Visits Kodiak
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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           Ethan Berkowitz made another swing through Kodiak this week, speaking before the Rotary and holding a town hall meeting with fishermen. He came by the KMXT studios yesterday afternoon and chatted with Jay Barrett. 

            Berkowitz  faces incumbent Representative Don Young in the November 4th General Election.

 
Oct 23 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report With Casey Kelly October 23
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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          From KMXT in Kodiak, this is the Alaska Fisheries Report. Coming up this week...

          More delays in store for victims of the Exxon Valdez oil spill awaiting punitive damages.

          The first king crab arrives in Dutch Harbor.

          And Yukon River fishermen get their dipnets ready for another lamprey test fishery.

          Those stories and more coming up on this week's Alaska Fisheries Report.

          Thanks for joining us.

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Oct 23 2008
Katmai Update - Search Continues For Two Crewmembers
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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          Five people are now confirmed dead in the sinking of the 93-foot Katmai, a Kodiak-based catcher-processor that went missing west of Adak early Wednesday with 11 on board.

          Two crewmembers are still missing, and are believed to be wearing survival suits but may not have been in a life raft. 

          The Coast Guard rescued four survivors yesterday afternoon after they'd spent nearly 15 hours adrift in a life raft. They were taken to Adak for medical treatment. Petty Officer Levi Reed says they were in good condition and had some information about the vessel sinking.

            Reed says the Coast Guard received an e-mail from another vessel, the Blue Ballard, suggesting that the Katmai lost steering and may have been taking on water in the lazarette - an enclosed area at the vessel's stern.

            The Coast Guard is being assisted by two Good Samaritan fishing vessels, the Courageous and the Patricia Lee, as well as an Alaskan Air National Guard C-130 and Blackhawk helicopter.

            The Coast Guard cutter Acushnet is en route and has an estimated time of arrival of 10 p.m. tonight (Thursday).

            Poor weather has been hampering the search.

            The circumstances regarding the incident are under investigation, and names are being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

            The Katmai was owned by Katmai Seafoods of Seattle. A spokesman there said the crew was from the Pacific Northwest. The Katmai was participating in the state pot cod fishery. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says Henry Blake the third was the ship’s skipper.

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