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Sep 28 2010
NOAA Fisheries Updating Kodiak's 'Community Profile' PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 September 2010

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The fishing community got a chance this week to weigh in on how Kodiak will appear in an updated profile being prepared by NOAA for use in fisheries management. KMXT's Jacob Resneck reports.

 
 

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Sep 27 2010
Austerman and Haines Looking Forward to Campaign PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 September 2010

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            In just over a month voters will go to the polls to choose a representative from House District 36, Kodiak Island and parts of the Lake and Peninsula Borough. Incumbent Republican Alan Austerman won his party's nomination in August. Terry Haines, a Kodiak city councilman, was a last-minute replacement on the Democratic ticket after primary winner Andy Schroeder dropped out of the race.

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Sep 27 2010
Odell Returns to Challenge Borton on School Board PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 September 2010

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            Kodiak Island Borough voters are getting a choice of school board members next month though both candidates have plenty of experience. Former school board president Betty Odell is challenging incumbent Melissa Borton who is now completing her first three-year term. KMXT's Jacob Resneck reports.

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Sep 27 2010
Bethea and Osowski Take Region III Crowns PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 September 2010

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            Kodiak High School runners were at the top step of the podium after the Region III cross country championships at Skyview High School in Soldotna on Saturday.

            The boys took the top three spots, with  James Osowski, Cole Christiansen and Nathan Deer sweeping the meeting, and leading the Bears to a 27-point win. Jordan Fogle was seventh, Jake Salus was ninth and Caleb Nymeyer was 15th, as Kodiak beat second-place Wasilla 22 to 49. Kenai was third, followed by Palmer and Colony.

            Jaymi Bethea took the girl's title in decisive fashion, with a time of 18-minutes 57-seconds on the Tsalteshi Trails course, beating the second place runner by 19 seconds. Defending state champion Jenna Ford of Wasilla was 42 seconds behind, but enough of her teammates finished high enough for the Warriors to win, 39-to-75 over the second-place Lady Bears. Colony was third, Kenai fourth and Palmer fifth. Kodiak's Sarah Ng was seventh over all.

            The runners will compete next at the state meet at Bartlett High in Anchorage this weekend.

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Sep 27 2010
Lady Bears Dominate SoHi Pentathlon PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 September 2010

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            The Soldotna High School "SoHi Pentathlon" was held over the weekend, with the Kodiak girls dominating the event.

            Kodiak had four girls finish in the top 10, and seven in the top 13, to win the team title with 69 points to runner-up Soldotna's 28. No single school dominated the boys' side. Kenai, SoHi, Seward, Homer and Kodiak had two swimmers each in the top 10, allowing the small Seward squad to win in the team title, scoring 33 points to Kodiak's 30, Kenai's 29, Soldotna's 26 and Homer's 24.

            Kodiak sophomore Jori Lindquist edged last year's pentathlon winner, Olivia Bowen of Soldotna, for the 2010 girls' title by just 2-hundreths of a second. Lindquist recorded a total time of 3-minutes, 11-hundredths of a second, to Bowen's 3-minutes.13-hundreths for the meet's five events - the 100-meter individual medley, 50 butterfly, 50 backstroke, 50 breaststroke and 50 freestyle.

 
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