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Newscast: 08/22/16

18 hours ago

The ballot is set for Unalaska's October election; U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan is visiting the island for the first time this week; and the luxury cruise ship Crystal Serenity is on its way to New York City after departing Dutch Harbor.

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Unalaska's ballot is set, and it's got everything from a five-way race for mayor to a referendum on commercial marijuana.

As of Monday, City Clerk Cat Hazen said incumbent Mayor Shirley Marquardt is facing competition from four challengers: Ralph Harvey, Frank Kelty, Christopher Price, and Vincent Tutiakoff Sr.

There's also a five-way contest for City Council seat C. Incumbent Roger Rowland is vying for reelection against Kenneth Bezold, Richard Campbell, Darin Nicholson, and Jeffrey Treannie.

ADF&G Weekly Sport Fishing Report: Aug 11, 2016

Aug 18, 2016

  Regulation reminders:

· The bag limit for Unalaska Bay fresh and saltwaters is 5 salmon per day of which only 2 may be sockeye and 2 may be coho.

· The bag limit for the remainder of Unalaska Island is 5 salmon per day all of which may be sockeye or coho.

· Anglers are reminded that Town Creek (Iliuliuk) is closed to fishing for sockeye year round, and the freshwaters of the creek are closed to snagging.

In Memoriam: Michael Miller

Aug 18, 2016
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Michael Gerard Miller, 27, of East Quogue, NY, left this world on August 9, 2016. He was born in Southampton, NY, on December 19th, 1988, the son of Harry and Nancy Miller. He attended East Quogue Elementary School and then Westhampton Beach High School, where he excelled on the wrestling team and in art classes. After graduating in 2007 he joined the U.S. Coast Guard, achieving the rank of Petty Officer Second Class, MST.

Newscast: 08/18/16

Aug 18, 2016

Concerns for the sockeye run spark proposals that could restrict salmon fishing around Unalaska; Thursday is the last chance to file to run for local office; and one community on the Alaska Peninsula is about to get a new power generator.

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