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Aug 24 2010
Talk of the Rock: Gripping Tale of Rescue Told in 'Deadliest Sea' PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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deadliestsea.hc.c.jpg              On this week's edition of Talk of the Rock, host Diana Gish talks with Kalee Thompson, author of "Deadliest Sea," the story of the sinking of the factory trawler Alaska Ranger in the Bering Sea and the ensuing rescue of the crew by the U.S. Coast Guard.

 
Aug 24 2010
Voting Today Still Important Despite No Kodiak Races PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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            There are plenty of reasons to go out and vote in the Primary Election today. Even though there are no contested races locally, there are several statewide offices that will be decided. Ads have saturated newspapers and the commercial airwaves in recent weeks, urging voters to select one or another candidate for governor, lieutenant governor, U.S. House and Senate.

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Aug 24 2010
Bonuses Decide Eco Challenge Standings PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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            The annual Eco Challenge race took place on Saturday in the pouring rain, with a record number of participants taking part this year. There were 16 teams of four, as well as support crews, for a total of about 100 participants. All but eight were Coast Guard personnel. Another 60 volunteers staffed the checkpoints.

            The event started at the Chiniak airport, and ended at the Golden Anchor on base. Participants biked, ran and then paddled across Kalsin, Middle, and Women's bays, as well as scaling Heitman Mountain.

            The team "Hard Cormorants" won the event by 10 minutes, but only on the strength of having over 30-minutes subtracted from their total time on the course because of performance in three challenges along the course. Team "Rip Tide" had the fastest race time over the 37-mile course, more than a dozen minutes faster than the Cormorants. The Fist Pumpers were third, also based on minutes shaved from their course time.

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Aug 23 2010
Bears Lose Shoot-Out with Warriors PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 August 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears were on the road to Wasilla Saturday, facing off against their only large-school opponent of the year, and it turned into quite the shoot-out. It took three fourth-quarter touchdowns by the home team to keep the Bears at bay, and the Warriors won 43 to 25.

            Kodiak struck on the game's first possession, capping an 80-yard march with a 30-yard touchdown pass between quarterback Matthew Chavarria and Branden Canete. The pair hooked up for another 80-yard TD in the fourth period. Canete had six catches for 176 yards, while Chavarria was 13-for-28 for 264 yards. He also ran for a touchdown in the third. The offensive outburst was the opposite of last week's game against the Soldotna Stars, when Kodiak could only manage 30-yards of total offense.

            The Bears fall to 1-and-2 overall on the season, and remain at 0-and-1 in the Northern Lights Conference. Kodiak will host the Barrow Whalers this Saturday at Baranof Park, and then end the season with four straight conference games, which will determine their postseason fate.

 

            Meanwhile on the cross-country course at the Bartlett Invitational, the Kodiak boys finished second with 79 points to Service High's 44. Lathrop had 89 for third, followed by West Valley and Chugiak. The Kodiak girls were eighth with 187 points. South Anchorage won with 61 points, followed by Grace Christian, Dimond, Service and West Valley.

            Jaymi Bethea was the top Kodiak finisher, coming in third at 19-minutes even, 15-seconds off the pace. Sarah Ng was the only other Bear in the top 50, coming in 17th, with a time of 20-minutes 7-seconds.

            Nathan Deer was the top Kodiak boy, finishing 10th, with a time of 16-minutes 46-seconds. Cole Christiansen was one second behind in 11th. James Osowski was 13th, just a dozen seconds later. Jordan Fogle finished 20th, Caleb Nymeyer was 25th, Jake Salus was 39th, and Scott Walker was 45th.

            The races had over 700 runners from 24 different high schools around the state.

 
Aug 23 2010
Lack of Official Crossing Guard Program Doesn't Stop Roberts PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 August 2010

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            School started today in Kodiak, and though there is no official crossing guard program this year, at least one man was out this morning, keeping students safe at the busiest crossing in town, at the corner of Birch and Mill Bay Road.

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