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Dec 18 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 18 December 2008

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            On this week's Alaska Fisheries Report:

            The North Pacific Fishery Management Council wrapped up its meeting in Anchorage this week, and as expected, cut nearly 20 percent from the pollock fishery next year.

            The council decided to do some more thinking about other issues, including processor quotas and crew shares in the Bering Sea crab fishery, latent licenses and sector splits and the fishery observer program.

            Also this week, expanded sea otter protections are suggested for the Aleutians, and the city of Craig is getting closer to building a fisherman's memorial.

 
Dec 18 2008
42nd Joe Floyd Christmas Basketball Tourny Starts Today
Thursday, 18 December 2008

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          The 42nd annual Joe Floyd Christmas tournament tips off today (Thursday) at Kodiak High School. A total of 12 boys and girls games are scheduled for the three-day event, with six teams from five schools set to visit Kodiak for the round-robin tournament.

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Dec 18 2008
Stevens Reacts to Palin Budget
Thursday, 18 December 2008

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           Alaska Governor Sarah Palin proposed a state budget of $11.2 billion for the coming fiscal year this week.

On Wednesday, State Senator Gary Stevens of Kodiak, who will serve as Senate president when the 26th Alaska Legislature convenes in January, described his initial reaction to the proposed budget.

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Dec 17 2008
Madsen Bear Range Expands
Wednesday, 17 December 2008

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          Bears on Kodiak Island do tend to roam a little bit, but often have a home range where they mostly stay. The Madsen Bear's home range seems to be within a two-block range at the center of downtown Kodiak.

            The Madsen Bear is the bear sculpture given to the city by the Madsen family. It stood for years outside the Harbormaster's Office, but when the Fishermen's Memorial was remodeled and expanded, the bear was displaced to Oscar's Dock, near the gazebo at the end of the spit.

            Now, it looks like the Madsen Bear is going to be moving again.

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Dec 17 2008
Borough to Negotiate Only with Brechan on Gravel
Wednesday, 17 December 2008

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           The Kodiak Island Borough intends to continue negotiations with Brechan Enterprises to provide gravel extraction services in Bell's Flats, at least for now. The borough was negotiating with Brechan, who held the previous lease for two years for the Tract B gravel site, when another firm expressed interest in competing for the lease.

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