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Jul 22 2008
Managers Still Cautious After Slight Increase In Harvest
Tuesday, 22 July 2008

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            Despite a recent up-tick in the harvest, fishery managers are continuing to be cautious about this year’s Kodiak area commercial salmon season.

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Jul 21 2008
MDA Calls Friday Launch A Success
Monday, 21 July 2008

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             A target missile launched from Narrow Cape in Kodiak was part of a successful system-wide test completed Friday, according to a press release issued by the Missile Defense Agency.

             The target was launched at 1:47 p.m. local time and was tracked by numerous sites participating in the exercise, including a temporarily placed X-Band radar near Juneau, a U.S. Navy destroyer, a floating X-band platform in the Pacific Ocean, and radar and interceptor facilities located in Colorado and California.

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Jul 21 2008
Critics Trash Draft Solid Waste Plan
Monday, 21 July 2008

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            The draft solid waste master plan prepared by Bell and Associates for the Kodiak Island Borough is getting mixed reviews. Critics are saying it is not the comprehensive plan they were expecting, while supporters say it lays out clear options for the borough’s solid waste collection and disposal.

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Jul 21 2008
Brewery Debuts Baranov Bicentennial
Monday, 21 July 2008

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Brewery guys Mike Trussell (left) and Ben Millstein (middle), along with Kodiak Historical Society Executive Director Katie Oliver, celebrate the release of the Baranov Bicentennial Russian Imperial Stout. Proceeds from the sale of the beverage will go toward restoration of the Russian American Magazin, the 200-year-old National Historic Landmark that currently houses the historical society's Baranov Museum. (Photo by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

 

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            The oldest Russian built structure still standing in Alaska is celebrating its bicentennial anniversary this year, and the Kodiak Island Brewing Company is helping it celebrate with a Russian Imperial Stout in the style of 18th century beers originally brewed for the court of Catherine the Great. KMXT’s Casey Kelly had a taste, and filed this report.

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Jul 21 2008
Bees In Alaska
Monday, 21 July 2008

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            There is lots of buzz about bees these days. Some areas of the nation are worried that nature’s little pollinators are dwindling, which affects crop production. Mary Donaldson investigates how bee populations in Alaska are doing.

           

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