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#09-02-2012 - ComFish News Roundup

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Unalaska celebrates Grand Opening of Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor
09-02-2012
The City of Unalaska celebrated the Grand Opening of the Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor Saturday with speeches, the unveiling of commissioned art, and a visit from former Unalaska representative Carl E. Moses himself. The noon Saturday event took place in.... http://dutchharbortelegraph.com/unalaska-celebrates-grand-opening-of-carl-e-moses-boat-harbor-p549-1.htm

Sen. Murkowski Welcomes Decision Allowing Shell to Start Preparatory Work in Chukchi Sea
Publish Date: 2012-09-02
“The decision is a positive step that will allow Shell to begin necessary preparatory work, while maintaining the highest environmental standards to ensure the protection of the Arctic,” Murkowski....... http://politicalnews.me/?id=17026

Propane injection is deemed best use of it
BP practice is more beneficial than selling the fuel, says AOGCC.
By ERIC LIDJI
Petroleum News
Published: September 1st, 2012 12:20 AM
Last Modified: September 1st, 2012 12:21 AM
Even though there is a demand for propane in Alaska, BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. is not wasting the propane it produces at the Prudhoe Bay unit by using the fuel for field operations, according to a recent Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission inquiry.... http://www.adn.com/2012/08/31/2607369/propane-injection-is-best-use.html

Advocacy Group Pushing for Offshore Drilling Ban
08/31/12
One of Alaska’s conservation groups is advocating for permanent protection from offshore drilling in Bristol Bay. KDLG’s Ariel Van Cleave has the story. (3:07).... http://kdlg.org/news/archive.php?id=2176

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How Apple And Google Could Make QR Codes Mainstream
BRENDEN MULLIGAN
posted yesterday
QR codes are everywhere. Frustratingly everywhere in my opinion. Countless companies put them on marketing materials, but not a single person I know actually scans them. I’m friends with lots of smartphone owners, and I’ve literally never, ever seen someone pull out their phone and scan a QR code. There are even a handful of startups that consider QR codes part of their core offering to small businesses. They’re relying on...... http://techcrunch.com/2012/09/01/how-apple-and-google-could-make-qr-codes-mainstream/

It's official: Foodland IGA to replace A&P
Myers Group CEO promises renovation of downtown grocery within a year
Posted: August 31, 2012 - 2:25pm  |  Updated: September 1, 2012 - 11:14pm
By JOHN R. MOSES
JUNEAU EMPIRE
It was a long process, but Myers Group CEO Tyler Myers said a lease was signed and downtown Juneau can look forward to an improved grocery store called Foodland IGA. The Washington State-based retail and real estate management firm purchased Alaskan & Proud and Friday inked the deal for the 47,000-square-foot space in Foodland Plaza. “As of this morning we finally got...... http://juneauempire.com/local/2012-08-31/its-official-foodland-iga-replace-ap

Even by Alaska standards, St. Matthew Island is a lonely place
by Ned Rozell
Sep 02, 2012
ST. MATTHEW ISLAND —I’m stretched out on a mattress of tundra plants that are growing more than 200 miles from the nearest Alaska village. I’m here on my own private ridgetop while eight other people, all scientists, are somewhere on this 30-mile-long wedge of tundra, rocky beaches, lakes and bird cliffs in the central Bering Sea. We nine make up the entire human population of St. Matthew. On our 25-hour boat ride here from St. Paul Island aboard the 120-foot Tiglax, Steve Delehanty, manager of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, pointed out that more people climb Mount Everest each year than walk.... http://newsminer.com/view/full_story/20008031/article-Even-by-Alaska-standards--St--Matthew-Island-is-a-lonely-place

Coastal zone initiative got exactly what it deserved
Paul Jenkins
Published: September 1st, 2012 09:34 PM
Last Modified: September 1st, 2012 09:34 PM
If the Left were wise -- and generally, it is my sad duty to report, that is not the case -- it would learn from the whuppin' it received in the primary election at the hands of Alaskans who, it turns out, are not stupid..... http://www.adn.com/2012/09/01/2608467/coastal-zone-initiative-got-exactly.html









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