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Oct 17 2010
Bears Dominate at Valley Invite PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 October 2010

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            In one last tune-up before the regional swimming and diving championships at the end of the month, the Kodiak High School Bears sent a message at the Valley Invite that they were the team to beat. There were a dozen schools represented in the meet held in Palmer on Friday and Saturday.

            The Bears scored a combined 196 points, more than doubling second-place Homer's 83. Kenai was third with 81, followed by Seward and Soldotna. The Lady Bears had 121 of those points to take first place over Homer and Kenai, while the Kodiak boys had 75 points to beat Kenai and Seward.

            Celeste Beck-Goodell won the girls 200-yard individual medley, Jori Lindquist took first in the 100 backstroke and Laura Griffing won the 100 breastroke.

            Kodiak won the girls 200-yard medley relay, the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay.

            Brandon Schauff won the boys 200 freestyle, ad Nando Macinko took the 50 freestyle.

            The boys team also won the 200 freestyle relay.

            The Region Three championship will be hosted here in Kodiak starting October 28th. Teams in the region will come from the Kenai Peninsula and the Mat-Su, including six of the squads Kodiak faced this weekend.

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Oct 15 2010
Fallout Over Mayor's Fishery Letter Continues PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 October 2010

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            The controversy over a letter written by the Kodiak Island Borough Mayor to the regional fishery council continued to play out at last night's assembly work session. A majority of assembly members indicated they supported limiting the mayor's ability to speak on behalf of the borough assembly in official correspondence.

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Oct 14 2010
Davidson Ready for 16th Year on City Council PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 14 October 2010

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            Long time Kodiak City Councilman Charlie Davidson unseated one-term incumbent Terry Haines to win re-election to the city's governing body, after retiring from it two years ago. He trailed Haines by two votes after election day last week, but when absentee and questioned ballots were counted Wednesday, he had a 14-point lead with 506 votes to Haines' 492. John Whiddon won the other three-year term with 551 votes and Pat Branson, who ran unopposed, won the one-year term with 792 votes. She'll be retiring from the borough assembly to join the council.

            Davidson, who opposed the city's fighting unionization, said that Ballot Measure One was not what brought him back to politics.

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Oct 14 2010
Fish Council Lets Trawlers Fish, With Restrictions PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 14 October 2010

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            The North Pacific Fishery Management Council has taken action designed to conserve Tanner crab stocks by adding restrictions to trawl fishermen and extending the deck observer requirement on smaller boats. The issue has been particularly divisive in Kodiak with crabbers and trawlers divided over whether trawling is killing crabs from bycatch.

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Oct 14 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 14 October 2010

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           Coming up this week: Big decisions about observers and tanner crab protection came out of the North Pacific Council meeting; fishermen down the chain are upset with sea lion restrictions, and it looks like the skippers who held out on the Deadliest Catch are back in the fold - just in time for the start of the Bristol Bay Red King Crab season. All that, and the Humpy 500! We had help this week from KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein and Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, Deckboss blogger Wesley Loy in Anchorage, KUCB's Alexandra Gutierrez in Unalaska, and Coast Alaska's Ed Schoenfeld in Sitka.

 
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