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Aug 10 2010
Talk of the Rock - Remembering Sen. Ted Stevens PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 August 2010

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           On this week's Talk of the Rock, host Jay Barrett and Kodiak's Gary Stevens, the Alaska Senate President, reminisce on the life of former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, who was killed in a plane crash Monday near Dillingham.

 
Aug 10 2010
Former Sen. Ted Stevens Dies in Plane Crash PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 August 2010

225px-ted_stevens.jpgJUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The family of former Sen. Ted Stevens says the longtime Republican lawmaker has been killed in a plane crash in Alaska. Authorities say five of the nine people aboard were killed when the plane went down in remote southwestern Alaska. Former NASA chief Sean O'Keefe was also believed to be aboard, but it's unclear whether he was among the dead.

 
Aug 10 2010
Dunbar Reflects on World Championship Events, Sets Sights on All-American Status PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 August 2010

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            Kodiak High School graduate and current University of Portland runner Trevor Dunbar dropped by KMXT's Jock of the Rock on Saturday and chatted with co-hosts Derek Clarkston and Michael Odell about running. He said he's been enjoying some "down time" before he has to report back to school.

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Aug 10 2010
Borough Filing Deadline Friday, City Next Month - For Now PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 August 2010

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            The filing deadline for Kodiak Island Borough offices is coming up this Friday, and so far, there's only one declared candidate for any of the 13 open seats.

            Incumbent Mayor Jerome Selby has filed for re-election, but as of Monday afternoon, incumbent assemblywomen Pat Branson and Louise Stutes have not filed. School board incumbent Melissa Borton has not filed for re-election either. The other nine seats available in the borough are for service area boards. All terms are for three years.

            The deadline for Kodiak City Council doesn't come up until September 3rd, but there is an initiative on the ballot to change that date and move it up to coincide with the borough's deadline.

            There is a single one-year seat available on the council, which belonged to Paul Smith, who is leaving Kodiak. A pair of three-year seats are available as well - they belong to incumbents Terry Haines and John Whiddon. As of Monday, neither has filed the required nominating packets for re-election.

            The city is still looking for someone to temporarily fill the seat Smith is vacating. Candidates will be interviewed at the council work session in two weeks, and the applicant selected will serve until October 28th, when the results from the October 5th municipal election are certified.

 
Aug 09 2010
More Schools Don't Make Progress in Borough, State PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 09 August 2010

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            Friday afternoon the State of Alaska released the list of schools that did and did not meet education standards under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Of Alaska's 505 public schools, 203, or just more than 40 percent, did not make what is called "adequate yearly progress," or AYP, an increase of 10 schools over last year.

            The rate for the Kodiak Island Borough School District is a little better. Of the district's 14 schools, five did not make AYP, which is two more than last year. Though the numbers of schools not making AYP increased, Superintendent Stewart MacDonald found reason for optimism.

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