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Sep 16 2011
Grantham Returns to Curate Baranov Collection PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 September 2011

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            The return of Kodiak born and reared Anjuli Grantham is an exciting development for local history buffs. Grantham is the new full-time curator of collections for the Baranov Museum. Her first week has been spent mostly exploring the collection

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Sep 16 2011
Cross Country and Swimming Teams at Home; Volleyball and Football on Peninsula PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 September 2011

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            This is the last home meet of the season for the Kodiak High School cross country team. They'll be running this afternoon at Fort Abercrombie against visiting opponents Colony, Port Lions and Karluk.

             Middle school boys run a 2.5-kilometer race at 3:45, with the middle school girls following a half hour later.

            The high school boys kick off on their 5-K at 5 p.m., with the girls starting at 5:45.

            The annual cross country potluck dinner and awards will be at 7 p.m. tonight in the Kodiak High School Commons. On Saturday, there will be a co-ed four-by-one-mile relay at Baranof Park, with all grades welcome. Coach Marcus Dunbar says he'll hook you up with a team if you don't have one for that event.

            Kodiak will also host Homer in swimming today and tomorrow. Check with the high school for start times.

            The volleyball team is on the road in Kenai for matches today and tomorrow as well.

            On the gridiron, the Bears football team has a chance at a winning Northern Lights Conference record tomorrow in Soldotna against the Stars. Kodiak is currently 2-2 in the conference - and over all - and tomorrow's game against the team's arch rivals is the last conference game of the season. The Bears will play Monroe and Valdez in non-conference games to close out the season.

 
Sep 16 2011
Assembly Massages Capital Project Wish List PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 September 2011

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            At last night's Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meeting, revisions to the Capital Improvements Project draft list were approved. Top priorities are still to expand the landfill, renovating the voc-ed facility at Kodiak High School and service area paving. Changes include adding an upgraded physical education facility to the voc-ed project and extended road access to Anton Larsen Bay.

            Some of the other projects are a pedestrian and bike trail at Deadman's Curve, more street lighting along Rezanof Drive, and an emergency generator for the Bayside Fire Station. Also included are upgrades to Mill Bay Beach, Womens Bay playground, the East Elementary school traffic flow and paving for the Peterson Elementary school parking lot.

            Representatives from Alaska Aerospace gave a presentation on their proposal to add a second rocket launch facility capable of medium-lift operations. Kodiak's current facility is only capable of small-lift operations. Alaska Aerospace is hoping to get 10 percent of the project cost, about $30 million, from the state.

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Sep 15 2011
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 September 2011

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afr-coho-tattoo-sm-web.jpg            Coming up this week, the 27th annual Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium is happening right now in Anchorage; a joint fisheries consultant is being considered by Kodiak's two governments, and how to upgrade your 32-footer. We had help from This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Maggie Wall in Kodiak and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
Sep 15 2011
Fish Tech Center Funding Threatened PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 September 2011

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            It makes sense - especially in Alaska - that scientists would want to research how to utilize the fish parts most consumers have no taste for. Kodiak's Fishery Industrial Technology Center specializes in making the most of fish waste. But now the program, a joint effort between the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the United Stated Department of Agriculture, is threatened by federal budget cuts.

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