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Aug 01 2011
KHS Bears Football Team Start Practice Today PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 August 2011

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            In the fall, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of football. Today may as well be the first day of fall for the young men of the Kodiak High School Bears, with their first practice scheduled for this afternoon. Jay Barrett spoke with head coach Todd Cook and previews the 2011 season.

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Jul 29 2011
Councilman Walters Will Not Seek Seventh Term PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 July 2011

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            City residents interested in running for local office should start thinking about getting their nominating petitions together. They will also find that there is one less incumbent to face come election day.

            City Councilman Tom Walters has been on the council 18 years, but announced Thursday night that he will not seek re-election.

            City Clerk Debra Marlar said the filing period is different this year. The open period for petitions for city mayor and two city council seats starts on Monday and runs through 4:30 p.m. August 15.

            Nominating petitions for the open positions for this fall's city elections are available at the clerk's office.

 
Jul 29 2011
Library Grant Accepted; Non-Profits Funded PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 July 2011

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            Leaders in a number of local non-profit organizations, and the Kodiak Public Library Association can breathe a sigh of relief following last night's regular city council meeting.

            As KMXT's Maggie Wall reports, the council approved its annual non-profit funding, and also approved the city accepting a state grant to help build the new library.

             In the interest of full disclosure, Kodiak Public Broadcasting Corporation, which owns KMXT, received $15,000 in funding.

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Jul 29 2011
KRAA Seeks Strong Backs to Assist in Salmon Egg Roundup PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 July 2011

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            Interested in matchmaking? How about for fish? The Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association will start its annual egg take season in August and is calling for volunteers to help with the process. As KMXT's Brianna Gibbs explains, the process isn't easy, but vital to the fishing economy of Kodiak.

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Jul 29 2011
Garbage Can Just Fine For Hawkweed Disposal PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 July 2011

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            You may recall last week's plea by a local gardener for people to help pick the blossoms off the orange hawkweed before it has a chance to bloom.

             Cheryl Boehland spoke at last week's Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meeting urging people to adopt a patch of hawkweed, clip the blossoms and double bag them for safekeeping.

            Boehland spoke again at last night's Kodiak City Council meeting with a similar plea, but this time she had more information about what to do with those double-bagged blossoms that you want to keep from spreading its seeds:

            Basically, she says, tossing them into the garbage is fine.

            Boehland also said one thing that makes hawkweed so dangerous is that it produces a toxin that kills other plants, clearing the way for it seeds to grow and squeeze out the natural flora.

 
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