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Sep 17 2008
Boat Stops In Kodiak After Northwest Passage Trip
Wednesday, 17 September 2008

080917.geraldine_2.jpgMV Geraldine owner and captain Walt Jones stands next to his boat, which he just took through the Northwest Passage. Jones and a crew that included his wife, Kip, his boss and his boss' son made the trip, which will end when they reach Sitka in a couple weeks. You can read more about the Geraldine and the Joneses trip at their website, www.mvgeraldine.com. (Photo by Casey Kelly/KMXT). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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          0 The past two summers have seen record low sea ice levels in the Arctic. Scientists with NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center say that as of last Friday, sea ice covered 1.74 million square miles of the Arctic--the second lowest level on record. The melt off means increased shipping traffic through the Northwest Passage, a route that goes over the top of the world, and has long been talked about as an alternative to the Panama Canal. But it also means an increase in the number of cruise ships and recreational boaters in the region. One such boat stopped in Kodiak this week. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Sep 16 2008
Robot Assists KANA Pharmacists
Tuesday, 16 September 2008

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            The KANA Clinic Pharmacy still has a small staff, but changes there recently are allowing them to provide more personalized service. Jay Barrett has more.

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Sep 16 2008
Financial Institutions See Rise In Planning With Exxon Partial Payment Near
Tuesday, 16 September 2008

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            The deadline to file as a claimant for the Exxon Qualifying Settlement fund has long since passed, but with a partial payment from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Settlement due out next month, are financial institutions seeing higher volumes of business, and what are they offering in terms of financial planning? Mary Donaldson has more.

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Sep 16 2008
Coho Bag Limit Increases On Buskin
Tuesday, 16 September 2008

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          The daily bag limit for sport fishermen seeking silver salmon in the Buskin River is now five fish per day, five in possession.

          The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced that the Buskin weir count for coho reached 6,000 fish over the weekend. That’s well within the department’s goal of 32-hundred to 72-hundred fish. Fish and Game also projects that 10-thousand silvers will enter the Buskin River drainage before the run is over.

          The announcement is good timing for sport anglers competing in the Kodiak Lion’s Club silver salmon derby, which lasts through the end of the month.

          For the rest of the Kodiak road system, the bag limit will remain at five fish, only two of which can be coho or sockeye.

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Sep 16 2008
Coast Guard Rescues Sri Lankan Man Saturday
Tuesday, 16 September 2008

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            The Coast Guard medevac'd an injured Sri Lankan man from a ship 225 miles southeast of Kodiak Island at approximately 5:30 Saturday evening.

 

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