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Jul 15 2010
Mr. Whitekeys Performs Friday & Saturday! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 July 2010

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             Alaskan icon "Mr. Whitekeys" returns to Kodiak this weekend for two performances. Whitekeys and his "fabulous Spamtones" were scheduled to perform a benefit for KMXT earlier in the year but had to postpone due to a family illness. He says that everyone is "doing fabulously" now and he's eager to come here. For Whitekeys, the allure of the island is somewhat different than that of your average tourist.

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Jul 15 2010
Trevor Brown Moves into Director's Chair PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 July 2010

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100715.trevor_brown.jpg            The board of directors of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce announced this morning that it's hired a new executive director - and they didn't have to look very far. Trevor Brown, who has worked for the last three years as the Economic Development Specialist for the chamber, and as its accountant before that, will take over immediately. He had been the interim director since Debora King left after Crab Fest.

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Jul 15 2010
Hatchery Theft Endangers King Salmon Program PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 July 2010

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            An unknown number of mature salmon were stolen from a holding pen on Monashka Creek over the weekend, dealing a major blow to the Pillar Creek Hatchery king salmon rearing project.

            Gary Byrne is the hatchery manager for the Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association. He says the theft could damage the program, which was just starting to see returns on a decade of work.

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Jul 15 2010
Assembly to Address Sales Tax, Non-Profit Funding PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 July 2010

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            The proposed borough-wide sales tax would be placed on the October 5th municipal election ballot if the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly decides to move forward with it tonight.

            Assembly members have said that the tax would help to pay the cost of the $80 million high school which was approved by voters in 2009.

            As the measure is written right now, the tax would not exceed 2 percent and could not be increased without further voter approval. It would be similar to the tax in the city, and would stand alone for sales, rents and services outside the city. Inside, the borough's tax would be added on top of the city's current 6 percent sales tax.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby said during a recent assembly work session, that this is the time for people with ideas to come forward and speak. He says the $80 million is the biggest capitol project the Kodiak community has ever faced.

            The borough assembly meets tonight at 7:30 in the assembly chambers. As usual, KMXT will broadcast the meeting live.

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Jul 14 2010
Kodiak Teens Place in National Cooking Contest PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 July 2010

 

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            Three Kodiak teen-agers took 2nd place in a national cooking contests held last week in Chicago.

            The three teens were members of Kodiak's Culinary Arts classes at Kodiak High School and competed against more than 40 other teams in the national competition.

            The competition was part of the 65th  birthday celebration of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America organization. The celebration included a convention of 6,000 students from around the country to celebrate the decades of successes of the group that used to be known as Future Farmers of America. 

            Kodiak's winning chefs include two recently graduated seniors: Nina Gronn and Bryce Thomas, as well as Jayse Taan who will be a senior in the fall.

 

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