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Nov 03 2010
Travel Industry Board Meets in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 November 2010

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            Most of the Alaska Travel Industry Association board of directors are in Kodiak for a two-day retreat. Ron Peck is the president and chief operating officer of the A-T-I-A.

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Nov 03 2010
High Res Images of Kodiak Online; New Seaweed Field Guide Published PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 November 2010

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            High resolution images of Kodiak's shoreline are available on a new website. Shorezone includes coastline of Kodiak as well as coastline stretching down to the southeast. There's also a new field guide on seaweed that's just been published. KMXT's Jacob Resneck attended a presentation at the Kodiak Fisheries Research Center and filed this report.

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Nov 02 2010
Kodiak High School Teams Dominate At Regional Swim Meet PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 November 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears dominated the competition at the Region Three swimming and diving championships, which wrapped up Saturday here in Kodiak. It was the first regionals ever held in Kodiak, thanks to the new swimming pool. The Lady Bears won the region title handily, taking their fourth straight crown, this time by 74 points over the Homer Mariners. Coach John Lindquist said his team is experienced and talented:
 

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Nov 02 2010
Kodiak City Mulling Permit Parking for Harbors PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 November 2010

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            The city of Kodiak is moving forward with a trial plan that would convert 140 harborside parking spots to permit only spaces reserved for fishermen. The plan was brought to the city by the Port and Harbor Advisory Board which has heard from vessel owners complaining of a lack of long-term parking near moorings. A public hearing is set for November 9.         

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Nov 01 2010
Bears Sweep Regions in New Pool PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 November 2010

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             The Kodiak High School Bears showed their dominance at the Region Three swimming and diving championships, which wrapped up Saturday here in Kodiak. It was the first regionals held in Kodiak, thanks to the new swimming pool.

            The Lady Bears won handily, taking their fourth straight region crown by 74 points over the Homer Mariners. The boys, meanwhile, needed a win in the last event on Saturday to eke out a one-point win over Homer, 64-to-63. That win came in the 400-freestyle relay, and gave the Bears their eighth championship in the past decade.

            Individually, Jori Lindquist won the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard backstroke, setting Region Three records in both. Celeste Beck-Goodell and Laura Griffing also had two individual wins apiece. Beck-Goodell won the 200 individual medley and the 500-yard freestyle. Griffing took the 100 in both the freestlye and the breaststroke, setting a region record in the latter.

            On the boy's side, Michael Smith won the 500-freestyle and Nando Macinko won the 100 backstroke.

            Meanwhile, Kenai senior Winter Heaven set four individual records in the event. They were the 200-yard freestyle, the 100-butterfly, and because the rules allow region records to be set in the opening leg of relays, he also set high marks in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle.

            The girls' final rankings had Kodiak with 117 points, followed by Homer's 43 and Wasilla's 41. Kenai was 4th just one point behind. Valdez was 5th, followed by Seward, Soldotna, Palmer and Colony.

            The Kodiak boys had 64 points, and Homer with 63. Seward was third with 55, followed by Soldotna, Kenai, Colony, Palmer and Wasilla.

            The state championship, where the Lady Bears will be contenders for the crown, will be held Friday and Saturday at Bartlett High and the Central Swim Club in Anchorage.

 
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