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SitNews - Stories In The News - Ketchikan, Alaska
December 26, 2012

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Photographer Ken Arriola is still scampering amongst the higher elevations. And, as one can imagine, some things never get old, like this lofty view of our fair city of Ketchikan. "The Suns rays eked through the clouds for brief interludes to tickle the tips of ridges below."
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Ketchikan: Ketchikan Borough considers land sales - The Ketchikan Gateway Borough is considering a 140-lot land sale that would be conducted in three phases. - Read this article on the Anchorage Daily News ...

SitNews Editor's Note: For a list of the Phase 1 KGB proposed properties for sale and topography maps, go to page 12 of the Dec. 17th KGB Manager's Report.

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Search Narrowed to Three Finalists for UAS Ketchikan Director - Three finalists have been chosen by a UAS Ketchikan search committee for a new campus director.  They are former Western Dakota Technical Institute Vice President for Academic Affairs Cathy Anderson, Ph.D., former Berkeley City College President John F. Garmon, Ph.D., and former Pima Medical Institute Director Voytek (Wojtek) Panas, D.Min.  

Gail Klein, Ketchikan Campus Student Services Manager, chairs the search committee which includes faculty, staff and community members. According to Klein, “we’re looking for a Director who has strong leadership skills, is focused on student success, and is excited about living and working in Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska.” The committee has been reviewing applications throughout the fall. The finalists have been invited to come to Ketchikan to meet members of the campus and business communities. More information will follow with the details of the scheduled visits which will include multiple days in Ketchikan and a day in Juneau with the UAS Chancellor and Provost. - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012

Alaska: FDA Report on Frankenfish Alarming; Begich Calls on Alaskans to Make Public Their Opposition to GE Salmon - U.S. Sen. Mark Begich, Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Oceans and Fisheries, blasted the December 21st announcement by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on its draft report finding that genetically engineered salmon holds “no significant impact” on the environment or public health.

“The notion that consuming Frankenfish is safe for the public and our oceans is a joke,” Begich said. “I will fight tooth and nail with my Alaska colleagues to make sure consumers have a clear choice when it comes to wild and sustainable versus lab-grown science projects.”

Sen. Begich ( D-AK) has been protesting against the FDA’s march in favor of genetically modified salmon since he came to the Senate. Begich is calling on all Alaskans to participate in the ongoing public comment period and let the FDA know how they feel about Frankenfish. Public comment opens next Wednesday and Begich will publicize the mechanism for public comment when it becomes available.”

Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) also responded to the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] environmental assessment decision saying in a prepared statement, “I am concerned with the recent news that FDA is moving forward with the approval of genetically modified fish.  This is especially troubling as the agency is ignoring the opposition by salmon and fishing groups, as well as more than 300 environmental, consumer and health organizations. - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012

Southeast Alaska: Complaint Filed in U.S. District Court Challenging Fisheries Monitoring Program; The Boat Company files complaint on behalf of commercial, recreational and subsistence fishermen - The Juneau-based Boat Company has filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Alaska challenging the National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) program for monitoring discard (bycatch) in large volume trawl fisheries. The complaint, filed on December 21st, requests that the court remand the Final Rule to NMFS for the purpose of developing a monitoring program that ensures that NMFS has adequate data regarding the discard (bycatch) of halibut, salmon and other species that are important to commercial, recreational and subsistence fisheries in the state of Alaska. In filing this legal challenge, The Boat Company seeks to advance the often-competing interests of recreational, subsistence and commercial fishermen in an effort protect not only the fisheries, but also their livelihoods.

The Boat Company said they have serious concerns about the level of discard (bycatch) that results from the deployment of non-selective trawl gear in federal fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska. There are particular concerns about the inability of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to adequately monitor trawl discard (bycatch). Without adequate data, fishery managers will not be able to make scientifically sound decisions that will arrest substantial declines in the highly valuable Chinook and halibut populations that inhabit or migrate through the Gulf of Alaska. - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012

Fish Factor: Competition Showcases New Alaska Seafood Products By LAINE WELCH -  Alaska’s Symphony of Seafood will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year and the call is out for new entries to be introduced in the annual competition. 

The Symphony, hosted by the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation, showcases new Alaska seafood products in three categories: retail, food service and smoked. Top winners in each receive booth space at the international Boston Seafood Show in March.   

A unique and fun thing about the seafood contest is that it provides a level playing field with entries from major seafood companies and small Mom and Pop’s. 

“The expert judges don’t have any idea who enters the products. They vote purely on taste, presentation and other criteria,” said Jim Browning, AFDF executive director.

Between 15 to 20 new seafood items are usually entered into the annual competition.  Fred West and his small, family run business of Tustamena Smoke House in Soldotna took home the 2012 grand prize for his Kylee’s all natural Alaska salmon bacon, made from pinks and chums.  Past winners include a wide range of innovative seafood items:   cold smoked halibut, salmon chorizo, chowders and “ultimate” fish sticks.   

The 2013 seafood judging will take place in Seattle on February 13; all winners will be kept secret and announced at a gala tasting bash on February 23 in Anchorage.  Deadline to enter the Symphony is  January 16. - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012

Alaska: Murkowski Lashes Out at “Overbroad, Overreaching” NOAA Seal Decision, State Considers Challenge; Senator Sees Christmas Friday Announcement as Evasive Tactic - U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski responded with alarm at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s decision to categorize ringed seals and bearded seals as ‘threatened’ based on conjecture that forecasts conditions nearly a century away from now, and imperiling economic prospects for resource development that has historically co-existed with the seals.

This new decision will result in any federally-permitted activities in the seals’ habitat to clear added obstacles from the National Marine Fisheries Service.  It also defies research that indicates no evidence of decline in the seal populations presently, and appears to ignore the fact that the United States and Russia have begun a rigorous two-year process together to survey and assess the seal populations in the Bering Sea to inform policy decisions accurately.

“I believe that Alaska’s wildlife must be protected, but not by relying on overbroad, overreaching analysis that runs counter to the abundant seal populations we presently see,” said Murkowski.  “There is something misguided about policy that is guaranteed to cause real economic impact on the horizon based on a hundred year hunch. No wonder NOAA decided to release this decision the Friday before Christmas, hoping it won’t register with Alaskans.”

Upon hearing of NOAA's Dec. 21st decision, Governor Sean Parnell announced the same day that the State of Alaska is evaluating a potential challenge to two decisions by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) listing the ringed seal and the bearded seal as threatened or endangered species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012

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jpg Dave KifferDAVE KIFFER: A Deadline We Can All Live With - Writers are inherently lazy sorts.

I know what of I speak. I have been procrastinating at the keyboard ever since I was old enough to reach the keys.

When I was very young my mother, despairing of my irredeemably dreadful handwriting, bought a manual typewriter and said "this is your best friend, learn to use it."

Looking back, that does seem a little harsh. Imagine having to double-date in high school with a Smith Corona.

My handwriting was so bad that when I was in elementary school, my teachers gave up assigning me in-class essays. I might have been writing in Urdu for all they could tell. My favorite red inked response was: "Can't read a word of this. But I know you answered correctly. A-."

A minus? Really?

As usual I digress.

Writers will use any excuse to put off writing. I know that. I am in the incoming president of SLACKER (The Society of Lazy As—d Cogitators Knowingly Evading ‘riting Anything). It’s a world-wide organization.

It's a great group. At least I think so. I have been tasked to write the by-laws. We'll find out how cool the group is if I ever get around to it.

Which begs the question. Is there such a thing as a square to it? And would you have trouble putting a “square to it” peg in a “round to it” hole?

Anyway, here's a perfect example of writers being uber-lazy. Recently the world was coming to an end.

At least that was what we thought the Mayans (whose civilization came to end a long time ago, but who am I to judge?) were telling us.

The world was clearly going to end on December 21. Maybe in fire, Maybe in ice. Maybe with a bang, maybe with a whimper. Maybe at 12:01 am, maybe at 2:43 pm. But it was coming to an end.

We knew that because the media was telling us over and over.

And over.

And over.

As usual, if something is on TV or on the "Inert-net" it must be true. If it wasn't why would smart, decent, well meaning folks like us "repost" it on Facebook for our 4,367 smart, decent, well meaning "friends" to read? Coincidence? I think not. - More...
Wednesday - December 26, 2012


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letter RE: Tonka Timber Sale By Owen Graham - Last month Sitnews published a “Viewpoint” that complained about perceived fish and wildlife concerns with the Tonka timber sale. I did a little research and am happy to report that those concerns are unfounded. - More...
Wednesday PM - December 26, 2012

letter Rezoning our residential area to heavy industrial; Case 12-106 By Amanda Mitchell - I live in Bear Valley. I have some great neighbors, beautiful views and easy access to the new library, new pool, schools and recreational areas. It is that cozy place where city dwellers get a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some of Alaska’s nature while living in town. We should cherish our peaceful community along with our new pool and library as we have a lot invested in them. - More...
Wednesday PM - December 26, 2012

letter Need Armed School Security Officers By Donald A. Moskowitz - The recent tragedy at a Connecticut school shooting points out the need for stronger security measures to help prevent or mitigate loss of life at our schools. - More...
Wednesday PM - December 26, 2012

letter RE: Gun Laws By Amanda Mitchell - I want to thank Rodney Dial for writing his letter about the firearm debate. I think that it is very important to point out the troubles that China and other countries still have with violent acts of crime even with their gun bans. Plus, someone should point out that there have been lives saved because of guns. - More...
Wednesday PM - December 26, 2012

letter Ketchikan Gas Prices By Margaret Cloud - We need to have some site for listing the current gas prices. I did a search and found a number of sites that supposedly provide the lowest price in any given area but did not find a single one that provided the current Ketchikan prices and some did not list all of the stations. One had Safeway listed as the lowest price. - More...
Wednesday PM - December 26, 2012

letter Children of the Taku By Andrew Williams & Yvonne Jack - As citizens of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation (TRTFN), we are proud that a November 18 Joint Clan Meeting unanimously passed a Mandate directing TRTFN leadership to "take all steps necessary to ensure that the Tulsequah Chief project, as currently proposed, is not developed on Taku River Tlingit Territory." - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter RE: Teacher Evaluations By Chris Barry - I have to disagree with Mike Hanley's comments about what makes a teacher great. It seems that his comments are more politically driven finger pointing than anything else. - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter Remembering Hon. Henry C. Keene By Brad Forbes - I simply send this e-mail in respect to all in your fair city of Ketchikan, Alaska.  For what it is worth, I was delighted to see “Capt.” Keene’s You Tube tour and a little history of Creek St.  I’ve looked your city over on You Tube.  Beautiful! - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter Gas Price response By Norma Lankerd - FYI, tell the guy griping about the $3.71 a gallon he may GRIPE harder if he lived in Metlakatla, we PAY $4.71 a gallon and it has never gone down since it went up. ALSO people have to realize the fuel is barged up to Alaska and that adds the fuel surcharge to the cost which is probably added into the cost of the fuel. - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter Thoughts on a variety of subjects By Joey Garcia - This is the first time when I read the latest Sitnews containing innuendos, which as for me, is a basic ingredient part of a constructive kind of criticism, citing a few like the sentencing of 2 brother Filipinos in the finality, the broken neck of birds along the path of Ward Lake, the attitude of the KPU inhuman trait in cutting electricity and the reinstallation charges so fantastically done so in time for Christmas, the continuous refurbishing of dockside 1 and 2 for the 2013 tourists trade, etc....etc.... Pathetic? Not really I guess... - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter Ferry Service for Inter Island Ferry By Norma Lankerd - Okay the Lituya will be down for maintenance - I believe is from January 4th to January 25th, 2013 - and the INTER-Island Ferry is picking up the ferry service one-way only and the resident people of Metlakatla will have to stay in Ketchikan for the night and come back to Metlakatla the next day. - More...
Saturday PM - December 22, 2012

letter Teacher Evaluations By Mike Hanley - No one describes a teacher as great without talking about how well their students are learning. It just doesn’t happen, because you can’t have one without the other. Teachers teach kids -- both in areas of academic knowledge as well as other important skills like critical thinking, problem solving, working independently, working in groups, and citizenship. I would argue that these latter skills are foundational to academic success. - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Thank you By Heather Muench - The Board of Directors of the Ketchikan Humane Society would like to thank all the caring community members and businesses who donated time, money, and auction items to our 2012 Silent Auction and Fundraiser on November 16th. We were so pleased that so many of you turned out in support of our efforts to help Ketchikan's abused and abandoned animals. - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Gun Laws By Rodney Dial - Something worth considering regarding the national debate about firearm / ammo restrictions: The one commonality present in most mass killings is the mental illness of the shooter. The number one way to prevent the mentally ill from obtaining firearms/ammo would be the creation of a national database that would be accessed by the dealer at the point of sale. Meaning, that if a person was treated in the past for mental illness, or flagged as unstable by the health community, the sale would be denied. - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Leash Law By Dawna L. Hull - I have been living in Saxman for 3 years. I've talked to Animal Control on a number of occasions about the many dogs I see that wander around without leashes. I've come into contact with a number of these animals and for the most part they are friendly. But I've also come across some who will "challenge" me. - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Repost of the "Potential hydro power from B. C. Canada" By A. M. Johnson - Greetings Sitnews readers, I would apologize for the transmittal error that had the body of the letter submitted excluded for unknown computer glitch. - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Gas Prices By Justin Capps - Why are we paying a lot for gas when the lower 48’s paying under $3.75 gallon? - More...
Monday PM - December 17, 2012

letter Price of Gas: What's going on? By Karen Ramsey - Good people of Ketchikan, we are still getting squeezed for $4.31 a gallon for Safeway’s gasoline and $4.33 out at Ward Cove Market. What gives? It’s ridiculous!!! I just spent a week in Hawaii, and nowhere did I see the price for regular higher than $4.00 a gallon. We need to make some noise. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012

letter Ketchikan's gas prices & taxes By John Goucher - I recently visited Ketchikan for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Ketchikan was where I hung my hat for over 30 years and both of my daughters and my fiancee still call Ketchikan home. Living in Oregon this past year and visiting Ketchikan as often as possible has made me cogitate on many things in Ketchikan that folks have come to expect. Large utility bills, high food prices, multitudes of "Fees" and taxes by both the City and Borough and of course outrageous gasoline prices. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012

letter Potential hydro power from B.C.Canada By A.M.Johnson - With the announcement, regarding the City of Ketchikan bringing the diesel power on to the system to counteract the lack of near future water supply for hydro generation, the following may be timely to ask you to print in your valuable community news paper. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012

letter JUDGMENT, A COMMODITY OUR 4-STAR TYPES CLEARLY LACK By David G. Hanger - The most disturbing aspect of this Petraeus mess is the incredible lack of judgment demonstrated by these four-star generals in their association with Jill Kelley, her husband and Jill’s twin sister. Party animals and grifters in all but name, these are not the kind of people with whom we should ever expect close association from generals controlling the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans in uniform. Purportedly educated in the most rigid of honor systems to inculcate in these future commanders the discipline, the dignity and the integrity requisite to expending American lives in pursuit of a purpose, their most personal associations are corrupted by the freaks they are hanging out with, all for the glitz of sex or party favors. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012

letter Freezing water By Alan R.McGillvray - Well the cold has begun to snap again, and I thought it would be an opportune moment to remind people that it's time to turn on the cold water on your faucets to keep the water line from freezing up. If you use a cistern to supply the house with water, it can be problematic. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012

letter Budget Cuts By A.M. Johnson - President Obama  ordered the cabinet to cut $100,000,000.00 ($100 million) from the  $3,500,000,000,000.00 ($3.5 trillion) federal budget.   I'm so  impressed by this sacrifice that I have decided to do the same thing with my  personal budget. I spend about $2,000 a month on groceries, household  expenses, medicine, utilities, etc., but it's time to get out the budget  cutting axe, go through my expenses, and cut back. - More...
Monday PM - December 10, 2012 

letter Deposit for services By Gladys Natkong - I have been in Alaska since 1989, I came back to Alaska to be with my mother who was sick, I decided to stay after she passed. So I am from Alaska and don't have any plans to move. I am wondering if what happened to me has ever happened to anyone else. I can't remember even getting my lights hooked up, it was so long ago, but I remember that I did put up a deposit. I think I eventually got it back. I usually pay my bills before I do anything, but I was caught up in a family matter and when I checked my bank account I saw that I hadn't paid my light bill. Then a man from the Ketchikan light company came to the door and said that he was there to shut off the lights and that I better call the office. I called the office and the lady in charge of credit said that I had to pay my bill in full and pay a $395.00 deposit by Friday (It was Tuesday) to keep my lights on. I tried to explain that I forgot because of family emergencies and she asked if I got energy assistance and I said yes. She said get them to pay it. The total amount that the light company wanted was $695.00. I told her that my disability check couldn't even pay that. - More...
Thursday PM - December 06, 2012

letter Lisa Murkowski and the United Nations By Marvin Seibert - Recently the Senate voted to reject the UN treaty for disabled rights in a 61-38 vote, 5 shy of passing. On the surface this sounds like a very Callous vote by the Senate Republicans. The truth however lies in the details! If this vote would have passed then the U.N. would create new abortion rights and impede the ability of people to home-school disabled children just to start with. The treaty would infringe on U.S. sovereignty, an argument echoed by other opponents. - More...
Thursday PM - December 06, 2012

letter Filipino Community of Ketchikan's New President By Joey Garcia - The Filipino Community of Ketchikan recently has turned the gavel to a newly elected President Alex Millendez. His prowess in getting the group together will enhance a plan for the 2013 agenda that will entail lots of camaraderie within the membership group. - More...
Thursday PM - December 06, 2012

letter Re: Property Taxes By John Harrington - Mike Fay was stunned last year when he got his tax bill for a waterfront home valued at over $170,000. Why? He had to pay almost $1000. He complains that there are no schools, way up there. That is true, also there are no students; but nonetheless the State of Alaska requires the Borough to pay almost $500 toward funding schools for his property. And the Borough pays every cent of his taxes to support schools, and then some. - More...
Monday PM - December 03, 2012

letter Re: The girl who gave up By Kathy Stack - I want to thank you for your story Jordan. I have a hole in my heart due to a brother commiting suicide in 1990. I think your story will help others and I want you to know I appreciate you for writing and publishing it. - More...
Monday PM - December 03, 2012

letter King Island Christmas By Jacquie O'Sullivan - I just returned from the Ketchikan Community Choir's performance of King Island Christmas. It was outstanding. They all did a terrific job putting it on. Singing was terrific, settings and artwork were great and the story is uplifting and fun for all ages. - More...
Monday PM - December 03, 2012

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