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March 26, 2011

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Ocean Zoning will affect all users; Poachers biggest threat to Alaska fisheries says Begich By LAINE WELCH - Alaska Senator Mark Begich is quick to name the issue that’s giving him the biggest earful so far in his new post as Chairman of the Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans, Fisheries, and Coast Guard: “marine spatial planning.”  

The concept is listed as a top priority by the 2010 National Ocean’s Council which is already preparing to draft action plans on nine coastal/ocean objectives. It would affect all users and uses, on and beneath the oceans.

“I hear it over and over again,” Sen. Begich said in a phone call from D.C. “Let’s call it like it is, pure and simple – ocean zoning.” 

“I don’t think Dr. Lubchenco, the director of NOAA, appreciated my blunt categorization of it,” Begich added, “but as a former mayor, that’s what it is. You  are determining winners and losers in terms of utilization of the oceans, and that is what zoning does. 

 “What is the value in it?  And by what authority are they able to do this?”  he continued. “In land use zoning there is a whole process you must go through by law.  Here they are talking ocean zoning but there has yet to be any stakeholder involvement or economic analysis.”

And just who are “they”?

“It is a classic situation of people within the bureaucracy believing it’s a good thing to spend their time on regardless of cost,” Begich said, “When in reality, they have not worked with the stakeholders and they haven’t done their homework.”

His biggest beef with ocean zoning plans is the $60 million price tag.

“It’s money we don’t have,” Begich said. “With Congress reducing funding in so many areas, we can’t get ourselves stretched so thin that NOAA is doing new stuff  that takes away from research and all the rest of the work that’s necessary to maintain our core missions.”

Deadline to comment to the NOC on ocean zoning and other objectives is April 29. 

Senator Begich said among the biggest threats to Alaska and U.S. fisheries is widespread poaching by foreign fleets, called Illegal, Unregulated, Unreported fishing (IUU).

“I will echo the late Senator Ted Stevens that IUU fishing is growing to be more of a problem,” Begich said.  “Foreign poachers are taking almost 20% of the worldwide seafood catch. That’s huge! And it is hurting the fishery resources and taking away from the people who are  following all the rules.”

Senator Begich said a first line of IUU defense comes from the Coast Guard.

 “The Coast Guard needs additional resources for patrols and enforcement.    Even though we have tight fiscal constraints, this is one area that is worth the additional investment.” 

What’s the hold up with the U.S. not ratifying the Law of the Sea Treaty, needed in order to negotiate Arctic uses and boundaries? 

 “Part of it is we have a couple Senators who believe that it will take away our sovereignty, and our ability to manage our own waters,” Begich said, adding that he is hopeful the LOST will be ratified this year.

 “When you think of the countries that have not signed on to it - Libya, Iran, North Korea -  I’m not sure I want to be in that company, but we are. The reality is, every day we are not part of this agreement, we are losing part of our sovereignty. - More...
Saturday - March 26, 2011

Ketchikan: First Lady Sandy Parnell Announces Volunteers of the Year - First Lady Sandy Parnell announced Friday the recipients of the First Lady’s Volunteer of the Year Awards.  The recipients were chosen by an executive committee of Alaskan community members.

The recipients are:

Bobbie McCreary, Ketchikan
Marilyn Freitag, Anchorage
Heidi Haas, Fairbanks
Debby L. Hudson, Anchorage
Brianna Jeffers, Nenana
Rebecca Steadman, Valdez

“It is an honor to continue this exceptional tradition that recognizes citizens who have given their time and talent to help others,” said Mrs. Parnell. “Our state is blessed to have so many Alaskans dedicated to helping their communities and fellow citizens, and encouraging others in volunteerism.” - More...
Saturday - March 26, 2011

Alaska: Large Group of Muskox Killed in Recent Storm - During a routine flight to radio-track collared muskoxen in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve on March 15th, 2011, it was discovered that a large group had perished during a flood.  Thirty-two animals were found frozen in the ice on the northern coast of the Seward Peninsula, though it is possible that an additional 23 may be buried deeper and not visible until spring. 

This group, containing four animals that have been fitted with VHF or GPS radio collars, numbered 55 when observed on February 14th, 2011.  On February 25th, a winter storm generated a tidal surge and coastal flooding that rapidly inundated low lying areas.  The National Park Service is leading an investigation to document the composition of the group and the parameters of the storm that caused the rapid flooding and mortalities. - More...
Saturday - March 26, 2011

Alaska: Black Bear Baiters Must Provide GPS Coordinates - During the November 2010 Alaska Board of Game meeting in Ketchikan, a regulation was adopted that requires that all black bear baiting permit holders provide GPS coordinates to the department for each bait site before a permit will be issued.

In Units 1 – 5, a person may not establish a black bear baiting station or place bait at a baiting station without first providing the location, in a global positioning system (GPS) format of latitude and longitude, of the baiting station on a form provided by the Department of Fish and Game. The GPS location of the baiting station will be provided to the department at the time of site registration and must be provided to the department before bait is placed at the site. - More...
Saturday - March 26, 2011


Alaska: Scientists uncover surprising features of bear hibernation; Metabolism independent of body temperature - Black bears show surprisingly large and previously unobserved decreases in their metabolism during and after hibernation according to a paper by scientists at the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and published in the February 18th issue of the journal Science.

"In general, an animal's metabolism slows to about half for each 10 degree (Celsius) drop in body temperature. Black bears' metabolism slowed by 75 percent, but their core body temperature decreased by only five to six degrees," said Øivind Tøien, IAB research scientist and lead author.

The amount of metabolic suppression was a surprise since the decrease in body temperatures of hibernating bears was moderate. Tøien and colleagues were also surprised when the bears' metabolism remained suppressed for several weeks after the animals emerged from their dens. - More...
Saturday - March 26, 2011

Alaska: Wolf Removal Effort Successful - Alaska Department of Fish & Game (ADF&G) biologists, working in cooperation with military personnel, have removed nine wolves on the Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER). The wolves were considered a significant threat to public safety on the military installation and in surrounding residential areas.

“The effort was successful. We feel confident we have minimized public safety risks by removing specific wolves and significantly reducing wolf numbers in the area,” said Mark Burch, Regional Supervisor, Division of Wildlife Conservation.

Over the winter, the nine wolves were taken by joint ADF&G/JBER trapping and ground shooting efforts. These actions are believed to have mitigated risks to public safety. However, ADF&G biologists and military personnel will continue to monitor the situation and take wolves if necessary.

The wolf removal effort was in response to habituated wolves in the area that were becoming increasingly aggressive towards humans and pets. Tissue, bone, and hair samples from the wolves will be analyzed to develop profiles of dietary habits. This information could prove useful for future comparative studies. In addition, samples will be used as part of a broader genetic study of Alaska wolves. - More...
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letter Disappointed By Katy Suiter - In the early morning hours of March 5, 2011, my neighbor’s Pennock Island home burned to the ground. She lost everything but her life, her cat and a blanket - absolutely everything. The only evidence a house existed there are a few piling that held up the outer part of the large deck, and a small pile of ash blanketed with scorched metal roofing. I understand it was quite a sight from the Ketchikan side of the channel, and we had many calls from concerned friends who were worried about us. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Homeless in Ketchikan By Kristen Gilliard - I am looking at the apartments and duplexes that are available in Ketchikan for housing. It seems that the going rate for a 2-bedroom is anywhere from $900.00 - $1500.00 a month. These do NOT include electricity, heat or hot water. AM I MISSING SOMETHING? I cannot believe that the rent rates continue to grow yet the broken window & maggot infested carpeted units are not being looked at. I read that with the census: Ketchikan is allotted additional funding: BET YOU THAT I DON'T SEE 1 PENNY OF HELP! - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letterAttack on Women's Rights By Laura Allen - Mr. Holston's recent letter (published March 7th) vilifying a woman's right to choose as upheld by the highest legal authority in this country, the Supreme Court, is faulty for many reasons. I will highlight a couple. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Thank you By Jeremy Brown- Our family would like to thank and honor the Ketchikan General Hospital and the ICU staff for their recent treatment of our son James Beau.  Ketchikan must be proud to have such a quality facility and staff. Coming from the Dallas area with hospitals that are on the cutting edge, it was reassuring to see Dr. Rice conferring with Bellingham’s ICU via their online network. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011 

letter Thank you By Inge Kummant - We had a special event at Ketchikan High School on March 10, and I’d like to let the community know about it and thank those involved.  First City Players presented their wonderful production of Thornton Wilder’s play “Our Town” at an assembly for the high school students. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2001

letter NPR funding/States Rights By A. M. Johnson - The following letter has been submitted to both Senator Murkowske and Representative Young. I find no use to address Senator Begich with this issue. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Tsunami Warning Sirens By Dan McQueen - It seems to me that since we live pretty much at sealeval here in Ketchikan, and most all signs point to more and maybe a lot closer and even bigger earthquakes, we need a better alarm system than the Weather Channel and the TV period! - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Food handler cards By George Tipton - Every employee that handles food must have one within 30 days of being hired or  prior to employment in Anchorage. This can be a Deli employee, cook, food prep employee and basically any person handling food to be served to the Public.   Before the card is issued you must take a test and pass it as well as paying the $10 per person.  In addition, a supervisory restaurant employee must have a Serve Safe Certificate, which is obtained by attending an 8 hour class instructed by a trained CHARR instructor.  I keep a copy of all certificates for my employees as part of their Personnel file so in case they do not have it with them that day, it is still on location.  I also keep a tickler file so we know when they need to renew their food handlers or TAMS cards or their Serve Safe Certificates.  ADEC performs periodic inspections and this is one of the areas they check and score an establishment on. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Food Handler's Cards By Falene Reeve - It is my understanding that anyone who helps to produce a food or beverage must obtain a card. This would include bartenders and baristas. I come into contact with many folks working in the industry who are unaware of needing to have one. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Jails and Nursing homes By A.M. Johnson - I could not resist sending this in for consideration as a letter of frustration over the Congressional kabuki dance with the budget and debt. Somethings are out of balance and this little ditty surely points out two. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter KPU, Keep it! By Jason Mitchell - Please don't sell Ketchikan Public Utilities (KPU), as residents of Ketchikan, we have all had to deal with businesses out of town, whether it's your credit cards, or your mortgage, or a plethora of other things. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter Where do the profits go? By Michael McColley - I wrote a letter recently asking questions about Ketchikan Public Utilities. I did not get an answer. - More...
Monday - March 21, 2011

letter PROUD OF OUR KAYHI KIDS By Karen Owings - I had the privilege of watching the Region V 3A/4A Tournament.  I want to say how proud I am of the Ketchikan High School students who travelled to Juneau to play or perform during this tournament; Kayhi Boys Basketball, Kayhi Lady Kings, Kayhi Cheerleaders, Kayhi Pep Club, K-Highlites Dance Team, Kayhi Pep Band and last but not least the K-Highlites Dance Team Prom Dates.  Competition is always fierce during the Region V Tournament, yet our students displayed impressive sportsmanship, great attitudes, respect and manners while in Juneau.  Regardless of the situation, our students continually demonstrated by their actions and words that they are terrific representatives of our community. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter Thank you By Craig Tucker - On March 7th, I suffered a heart attack. I would like to thank the staff at Ketchikan General Hospital's emergency room, ambulance, and Guardian Flight for the great job they did in helping me. Also, the doctors and nurses at St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham, WA, and of course the many friends, and family members of Ketchikan and surrounding areas. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter HOMELESS... No Wonder! By Kristen Gilliard - Homeless... It's NO WONDER the cost of living in Ketchikan is high! I am a single mother with 2 daughters 9 & 5. I have a good job and bring home $2000.00 net a month if I'm lucky! (No sick kids and losing days off work). How is ANYONE supposed to live in Ketchikan when RENT is over $1000.00 a month and that's not including heat, electricity, and other payments due. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter Praise for Fawn Mountain Elementary School By Lisa Noland - I would like to take this opportunity to say how deeply I appreciate the staff of Fawn Mountain Elementary School. All of the professional personnel that interact with my two sons at Fawn Mountain have been courteous, thorough and kind to them and to me throughout this school year. My sons are thriving and even excelling in some areas. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter New UAS Campus Director By Bobbie McCreary - I just read Robert Warner's posting and I am sorry he did not take the opportunity to sit in on the community meetings where we were able to talk with and interview the two candidates for the Campus Director position. These meetings were open to the public and a diverse group of citizens did attend. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter Ketchikan has a big heart By LeAnn Pickard - On Saturday, March 12th, I saw some pretty amazing things. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter Food Handler Safety Card By Natasha Campbell - Regarding Cynthia Moyer's comment about not having testing done to obtain this card, Anna even says to take the test online, which a few years back is what my older sister and I had to do in order to start work at a local restaurant. It is a quick test that covers the basics. - More...
Tuesday AM - March 15, 2011

letter Homelessness in Ketchikan By Lisa Scarborough - Homelessness in Ketchikan is becoming a bigger problem due to many factors such as the lack of full-time year round jobs which pay enough to cover rent, utilities and basic needs, high rent rates and lack of low-income housing. - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter More Humanists, Theologians, and Religious Philosophers Needed? By Robert Warner - The University of Alaska Southeast apparently believes that Ketchikan needs to train more humanists, theologians, and religious philosophers.  Is it strange, but I don't see any listings for employment in these areas according to the Alaska State Employment Service?  To hire a religious theologian from Texas seems to be another illogical decision of top administrators at UAS.  About a year ago, I attempted to ask why it would take a full year to make such a decision. To hire such a individual with little if any knowledge of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest makes little sense in my opinion. - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter Wages & seasonal hiring practices By Joey Garcia - First of all I wanted to touch on the subject on the wage separation of the City of Ketchikan and the Borough concept in seasonal job budgetary functions and to learn better in order to keep my mouth shut I guess. - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter Skate park By Shelley Stallings - The skate park is a great idea.  Thank you to Bobby McCreary, Bob Fultz, Craig Jackson & Steven Perro.  I am glad to hear progress is being made in providing positive activities for our young people. The location near Schoenbar School is excellent. - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter KPU By Michael McColley - I can't figure out why they call Ketchikan Public Utilities publicly owned. What happens to dividends, is there a payout? Who does the audit? When was it last done? - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter Food Handlers' Cards By Kim Harty - Regarding food handlers' cards, some people in Ketchikan do have these cards. - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letter Food Handler Permits By Cynthia Moyer - I'm just curious after reading the letter from Anna Tollfeldt regarding Food Handlers Permits. If all that is required to obtain a Food Handlers permit is to mail in $10.00 to the State of Alaska with no training or testing required, what is your point? - More...
Friday PM - March 11, 2011

letterHomeless in Ketchikan By Shannon Nelson - Regarding Homeless in Ketchikan, I have so many questions because I too would like to see this terrible situation talked about. Do you know that we have mothers with children without homes? It appears that the homeless here are not obvious, they aren't walking around with signs advertising their plight. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter CRUISE SHIP POWER ANALYSIS NEEDS By Pete Ellis - The Cruise Ship power opportunity in Thom Fischer article's commentary is certainly enlightening and appreciated so my compliments to him for the calculations and data. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letterOver Taxed By Scott Cragun - In response to the letter by Thom Fischer, you recommend that "Two solutions should be looked at". The first is to develop more hydropower energy,The second is to connect Southeast Alaska to the North American grid through BC, with the proposed AK/BC Intertie. - More...
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letter Forest Service Proposed Budget By Bob Claus - On 3/3/11 Senator Murkowski, in a response to a proposed USFS budget, stated that “Folks in Southeast Alaska are skeptical and perhaps cynical about the promises made by the Forest Service.” - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter Forest Service Proposal By A. M. Johnson - I recently sent this letter to Senator Murkowski regarding her review with the US Forest Service CEO Tom Tidwell, no friend to Alaska. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter Fireworks By Mary Lynne Dahl - Just a quick thank you to Ken Arriola and his team of gusto folks who snowshoed up Deer Mountain last night to put on the best fireworks show I have seen in a long time. I really appreciate the effort at raising the money to do it, and the physical commitment required to haul all the gear and fireworks up the mountain, then put on that great show. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter Food Safety/Food handler's card By Anna Tollfeldt - Recently, I have noticed the lack of food safety in Ketchikan. Most people I know who work or have worked in a food handling environment are NEVER required to get their food handler's card. In fact, I've found it pretty rare to come across someone working in a restaurant with a food handler's card in this town. I myself have previously worked in a restaurant and I was never required (it wasn't even mentioned!) to get my food handler's card nor were any of my coworkers. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter Abortion debate By Rob Holston - The abortion debate is back on the front burner after released it’s horrifying ad campaign against the G.O.P. and “back alley abortions”.  As is typical with all “women’s rights” type organizations they fail to recognize that 51% of all babies aborted by Planned Parenthood and other “legal” organizations are women.  Who is protecting THEIR rights? - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter What a pain By Charles Edwardson - Regarding the stop light at the bottom of Jefferson, I don't know if this bothers anyone else and it might seem like petty stuff, but what a pain in the --- it is. - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

letter Hero of the day By Judith Green - We have a good neighbor in town - other than "state farm". I think we need to start a bulletin board for HERO OF THE DAY! - More...
Monday PM - March 07, 2011

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