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Dec 14 2010
Kodiak High School Adding Alutiiq Language Class PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 December 2010

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            Kodiak High School is adding an Alutiiq language class next month. The initiative follows a decade's worth of groundwork as well as interest expressed by a group of students.

            KMXT's Jacob Resneck reports.

 

(Correction: The first version of this story incorrectly reported that the Alutiiq language had not been taught in Kodiak public schools since the 1990s. The Kodiak Island Borough School District has had a weekly Alutiiq language class delivered by satellite to village schools for the past six years. That instruction is provided by the Alutiiq Museum's Language Program.)

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Dec 13 2010
Lloyd, Haines, Interested in Fishery Liasion Job PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 December 2010

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            Former state Fish and Game Commissioner Denby Lloyd is offering his services to Kodiak's city and borough governments to be a fisheries liaison at federal and state fishery management meetings. KMXT's Jacob Resneck has more.

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Dec 13 2010
No Smoking In, or Near, Borough Property PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 December 2010

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            Add the Kodiak Island Borough to the list of municipalities around the state that have gone smoke free.

            Effective the first of the year, smoking will no longer be allowed in or directly near borough owned or leased property.

As KMXT's Maggie Wall reports, the borough assembly approved the smoke free measure at it's Dec. 9th meeting.

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Dec 13 2010
Bears Take Sixth at State Wrestling Championships PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 December 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears wrestling team finished sixth overall at the State 4-A Wrestling Championship held in Wasilla. The home team won handily with 200.5 points, followed by Service, East Anchorage, Lathrop, and Colony. Kodiak scored 109 points. Twenty-three large school teams competed.

            Kodiak's Pearson Brodie went into the match as the top seed in the 140-pound class, but came in second, losing 6-3 to East's Matthew Malnoske, who became the eighth wrestler in history to win four straight state titles. Malnoske had three early takedowns in the match that a late reversal by Brodie couldn't overcome.

            Kodiak's David Castonguay also finished second after losing a 10-to-1 major decision to Lathrop's Brandon Wiese at 160-pounds.

            Eddy Burris was fourth at 112 pounds and Kevin Lepola was fifth at 140 pounds, while Francis Lorente and Charlie Johnson sixth at 119 pounds and 189 pounds, respectively.

 
Dec 13 2010
Former Rep. LeDoux Seeks Chugiak Electric Board PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 December 2010

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            Former Kodiak State House Representative Gabrielle LeDoux made the Anchorage Daily News' gossip column "The Alaska Ear" not once, but twice yesterday. The first was a reference to her - and a whole slew of former state legislators - running for the Chugiak Electric Association board of directors. That's the electric co-op for the greater Anchorage area. LeDoux, who now lives in Muldoon, is on the ballot with other out-of-office legislators such as Harry Crawford and Suzanne Little.

            The second reference in The Ear was because LeDoux's e-mail account was apparently hacked into by con artists who sent a phony plea for money, saying she was stuck in London after her passport and credit cards were stolen. It's a common scam, and the e-mail went to about 3,000 people. According to The Ear, though, those inclined to wire LeDoux some emergency cash called her first, and found out she was safe and sound.

            LeDoux told Sheila Toomey, who writes the weekly gossip column, that the upside was she heard from some people she hadn't heard from in years.

 
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