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Oct 27 2008
Jury Finds Sen. Ted Stevens Guilty On All Counts
Monday, 27 October 2008

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Audio story by APRN's Libby Casey

 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens has been convicted of lying about free home renovations and other gifts he received from a wealthy oil contractor. The Senate's longest-serving Republican, Stevens was found guilty on all seven counts of making false statements on Senate financial documents.

          The verdict throws the upcoming election into disarray. Stevens is fighting off a challenge from Democrat Mark Begich and must now either drop out or continue campaigning as a convicted felon.

           The trial hinged on the testimony of Stevens' longtime friend, who testified that his employees dramatically remodeled the senator's home. Stevens faces up to five years in prison on each count but, under federal sentencing guidelines, will likely receive much less prison time, if any.

           (Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

 
Oct 27 2008
Whales Tangled In Fishing Buoy In Uyak Bay
Monday, 27 October 2008

 

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            A pair of large whales were spotted today (Monday) entangled in the same buoy line in Uyak Bay. The whales were first seen by Kevin Van Hatten, a biologist and pilot for the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. He said the whales were performing something of a tug-of-war, trying to swim away from each other.

            Uyak Bay is about 30 miles long and nearly bisects Kodiak Island about 60 miles southwest of the city of Kodiak.

            It was unclear if whale disentanglement specialists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration had been dispatched to the scene as of late this afternoon.

            Van Hatten said the line the whales are tangled in could have been from fishing gear, perhaps from a crab pot buoy that they could have dragged in from elsewhere.

            Van Hatten says there are several pods of whales in the bay, with a handful staying nearby the two tangled up in the line. He said he wasn’t sure, but thinks they are fin whales, which can grow to about 80 feet.

 
Oct 27 2008
Dunbar Wins Mt. SAC Invitational
Monday, 27 October 2008

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            Kodiak High School cross country phenom Trevor Dunbar has done it again. Two weeks after winning the Adidas Classic in Portland, Oregon, Dunbar was in Walnut, California for the Mt. SAC Invitational over the weekend.

            Running in 80-degree heat, Dunbar still managed to blow the competition away, finishing with a time of 14 minutes 41 seconds, 5 seconds faster than second place finisher Chris Schwartz, a senior from Foothill High in Bakersfield, California. The third place finisher was Elias Gedyon of Loyola High School in Loyola, California, who set the course record for a sophomore with a time of 14:48.

            Dunbar was the only boy from Alaska to run in the Mt. SAC race. He is currently considering colleges, including some of the top cross country schools in the nation. He’s reportedly set to visit Oklahoma State University in two weeks. OSU is the number three team in the nation, behind number two Stanford and number one Oregon.

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Oct 27 2008
Davidson Bids Tearful Goodbye To City Council
Monday, 27 October 2008

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0             The Kodiak City Council bid farewell to longtime Councilman Charlie Davidson Thursday.

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Oct 27 2008
City Council Approves Funds For Composting Project
Monday, 27 October 2008

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  0             The Kodiak City Council on Thursday approved a 110-thousand dollar contract with CH2M Hill for a pilot program that will test whether the city can compost biosolids, which is basically human waste in the form of sludge. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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