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Jan 23 2009
Gov. Palin's State of the State speech
Friday, 23 January 2009

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          Here is Governor Sarah Palin's 2009 State of the State address, delivered on the evening of January 22. Due to technical difficulties at APRN, the complete address was not delivered to any Alaska Public Radio station.

 
Jan 23 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Friday, 23 January 2009

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          Coming up on this week's show: Senator Mark Begich hires a familiar face to be his fisheries advisor; the International Pacific Halibut Commission sets catch limits; and more Exxon Valdez payments could be made soon. All that, plus, how much is commercial fishing really worth to the state of Alaska? We had help this week from Fish Radio's Laine Welch in Kodiak; Mike Mason in Anchorage; and KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
Jan 23 2009
Assembly Passes Project Priorities
Friday, 23 January 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve its capital improvement projects priority list for fiscal years 2009 through 2013. Included on the list were six major capital improvement projects the Borough will submit to the Alaska Congressional delegation to the federal government.

            Much of the discussion at the meeting centered around the Assembly's top priority item on the list, the Kodiak - Near Island Research and Administration facility, for which the Borough is requesting just over 3-million dollars. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game would use the additional space, which comes at a total cost of about 14-million dollars, to conduct its ongoing research in science, management and enforcement, including Stellar sea lion stocks, crab stocks and ground fish.

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Jan 22 2009
Jason Metrokin Heads Native Corp
Thursday, 22 January 2009

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            The Bristol Bay Native Corporation has a new President and Chief Executive Officer with roots in Kodiak. Thirty-eight-year old Jason Metrokin, former director of shareholder and corporate relations for BBNC, took over the top job a week ago.

            His appointment marks the first time a second-generation Alaska Native shareholder is taking the helm of a regional Native Corporation.

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Jan 22 2009
North Star Students Clown Around
Thursday, 22 January 2009

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            A visiting artist at North Star Elementary School is teaching kids the value of the theater arts and performing. The residency is part of the Artists in Schools Program funded by a grant from the Alaska State Council on the Arts with support from the PTA.

            Jerry Fale, who is from Santa Cruz, California, is the artist in residence at North Star. He said teaching the elementary students theater arts, such as circus, clowning and tumbling has a value beyond the specific skills they learn.

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