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Jan 12 2011
School District Budget Calls for Teacher Cuts PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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            The first numbers for next year's Kodiak Island Borough School District budget were released this week. Preliminary figures put the draft budget at about $45.4 million, a $2.9 million increase over the previous year.

            Luke Fulp is the district's finance director. He says the increase largely comes from payroll. He said there are no proposed changes in funding priorities that would shift emphasis from one program to another.

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Jan 12 2011
More Delays Push Jail Opening to February PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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            Kodiak city officials say they are looking forward to completing the new jail on Mill Bay Road. The police department has already moved in, but inmates continue to be housed at the old jail downtown.

            The opening date has been pushed back several times due to last minute change orders but City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski says inmates should be transferred to the new lockup by the first of February.

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Jan 11 2011
Talk of the Rock - Kodiak Songwriter Brittany Tregarthen PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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             On this week's Talk of the Rock, host Jay Barrett talks with Brittany Tregarthen, a young Kodiak songwriter, who uses her songs as a creative means to express the many feelings and challenges she faces in every day life as a person with special needs. She is joined by her mother, writer Suzanne Bobo and her musical collaborator, Father Innocent Dresdow.

 
Jan 11 2011
Tregarthen-Dresdow Musical Collaboration PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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            A young Kodiak woman, with help from her Russian Orthodox priest, has taken up songwriting, and is using it as a creative means to express the many feelings and challenges she faces in every day life as a person with special needs.

            You can hear more of the conversation with Brittany Tregarthen, her mother Suzanne Bobo, and Father Dresdow on Talk of the Rock, which aired on Jan. 11.

            Check out the songs of Brittany Tregarthen and Father Dresdow on YouTube.

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Jan 11 2011
Munro Departing for Oahu Training this Week PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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            After being in its homeport of Kodiak for four months, the Coast Guard Cutter Munro and its compliment of about 170 crew members are preparing to head south for the Hawaiian Islands. Following two days of drills in Kodiak the ship is scheduled to get underway sometime this week.

            The 378-foot high endurance cutter is heading to Pearl Harbor on Oahu for exercise drills. The ship's commanding officer Captain Matthew Bell says it's to prove that the 40-year-old ship is still fully capable for its primary mission of law enforcement patrols in the North Pacific.

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