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Jul 27 2010
Voc-Ed Topic of Conference Today PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 July 2010

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            Many recent graduates across the country are having difficulty finding work in the current economy, but as Whitney Jones reports Kodiak High School is looking to offer a unique learning opportunity to better prepare its students.

            Today's (Tuesday's) meeting is open to the public and is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the KANA/Koniag Building.

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Jul 26 2010
Motorcyclist Hit by Deer PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 July 2010

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            A young Kodiak man was ambushed by a deer while on a motorcycle ride late last week. The Alaska State Troopers report that 22-year-old Robert Juhlin was riding his 2002 Harley Davidson southbound at Mile 22 on the Chiniak Highway, when the deer bolted into the road and struck him in the leg. The incident occurred about 7:30 in the morning on Thursday, the 22nd of July.

            Juhlin continued on his ride until he reached an area where he could report the incident and summon medical assistance. The Troopers report that he was wearing a helmet and only suffered unspecified injuries to his leg. The Harley was not damaged.

 
Jul 26 2010
Nearly $60K Raised in Relay for Life PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 July 2010

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Cancer survivors kick off the 2010 Relay for Life at 6 p.m. Friday by walking the first lap of the 24-hour event. Whitney Jones photo

            For 24-hours straight Friday through Saturday, more than 300 people walked the track at Baranof Park. As Whitney Jones reports, they walked to raise money to help fight cancer.

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Jul 26 2010
City Council Approves Non-Profit Funding PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 July 2010

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            The Kodiak City Council last Thursday approved a new round of funding for local non-profit organizations.

            The city council approved a resolution awarding $89,000 to local non-profit organizations for city support for the next year. In addition to the "real money" contribution the city also gives a significant amount of in-kind donations, usually in the form of free rent or free use of city property.

           KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

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Jul 23 2010
FV Polar Star Refloated PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 July 2010

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FV Polar Star aground Tuesday in the Shelikof Strait. US Coast Guard photo

            The fishing vessel Polar Star, which ran aground in the Shelikof Strait on Tuesday, is being towed back to Kodiak today. The Coast Guard reported that the 58-foot seiner was refloated on midnight's high tide.

            After the accidental grounding Tuesday, the crew intentionally beached in the shelter of Geographic Harbor to make temporary repairs during low water. Geographic Harbor is on the Alaska Peninsula.

            About 1,500 gallons of fuel was lightered from the seiner to help refloat it. It's being towed back to Kodiak by the fishing vessel Atlantico, and should arrive this evening, where permanent repairs will be made.

            The Polar Star ran aground Tuesday morning about 65 miles west of Kodiak city. No injuries or pollution was reported, and the Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak will be investigating.

 
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