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Oct 30 2008
Uyak Bay Whale Freed From Entanglement
Wednesday, 29 October 2008

 

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    The humpback whale that had been towing around a crab pot buoy line it was entangled in has been set free. Bree Witteveen, a whale researcher in Kodiak with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, reports that she successfully freed the whale yesterday (Wednesday) in Uyak Bay, about 60 miles southwest of Kodiak City near Larsen Bay. She said the disentanglement "went very well."
    The humpback was first spotted on Monday by Kevin Van Hatten, a biologist and pilot for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. The whale was tangled in a crab pot line, along with another whale in the bay. By Tuesday afternoon, one of the whales had freed itself. You can find photos on KMXT dot org. Tune into the KMXT Midday Report with Jay Barrett for an update.

 
Oct 29 2008
City Adopts New ID Theft Policy
Wednesday, 29 October 2008

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0             The Kodiak City Council has adopted a new identity theft policy for the city. The city had previously been doing things to protect against identity theft, but City Manager Linda Freed says it came to her attention that a written policy is now required by federal law.

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Oct 29 2008
Baranof Park Improvements Endangered
Tuesday, 28 October 2008

 

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council updated each other on their projects - joint and otherwise - at a combined work session last night.

            Sludge disposal, Baranof Park improvements, joint fishery committees and the fish and game headquarters project were all on the table.

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Oct 29 2008
Hunter Mauled In Viekoda Bay
Tuesday, 28 October 2008

 

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            A 31-year-old deer hunter was rescued Tuesday afternoon after being mauled Sunday by a Kodiak brown bear and her two cubs. Matthew Sutton of Great Falls, Montana, and his partner were hunting in Viekoda Bay, about 25 miles west of Kodiak City when the attack happened.

            Fish and Game wildlife biologist Larry Van Daele said Sutton was alone when he shot a deer and was dragging it back to his camp when the sow and cubs attacked him and took the deer. Sutton made it back to camp and his partner took him to a nearby public cabin at Rolling Point.

            On Tuesday morning they were able to contact a passing Andrews Airways floatplane by VHF radio. The pilot relayed the information to the authorities and a helicopter from the Coast Guard Air Station responded and transported Sutton to Kodiak. He was brought to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for treatment. A wildlife trooper report says his injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.

 
Oct 28 2008
One Entangled Whale Free, Second Apparently In Good Shape
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
dsc_7062.jpgdsc_7063_copy.jpgPhotographs of the humpback whale towing a crabpot line in Uyak Bay taken earlier today (Tuesday) by Steve Larsen of Andrew Airways. Bree Witteveen of the University of Alaska says she will be flying to Uyak Bay Wednesday to disentangle the whale if it has not freed itself by then.
 
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