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Apr 26 2010
Action on the Diamond Heats Up Friday PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2010

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            Baseball season kicks off Friday for the Kodiak High School Bears, as the arch-rival Homer Mariners come to town for three games. Coach Rick Langfitt says his team is ready after more than a month of practice.

            Though several upperclassmen are back from last year's squad, fully a third of the players are freshmen, but Langfitt thinks several will contribute in the field and from the mound.

            The ace of the rotation looks to be junior Raphael Matautia, who had no earned runs as a reliever last year.

 

            The Lady Bears varsity and JV softball team also gets into action this week, against the Service Cougars. Friday, games start at 3 p.m. at East Addition Park, and continue on Saturday morning starting at 10 a.m. We'll have a preview of the team and its season later in the week.

 

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Apr 26 2010
Bears Split Weekend Meet with West Anchorage PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2010

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            It was like night and day the difference between conditions at Joe Floyd Track during the two meets there this month. Torrential rains hampered competitors two weekends ago, but sunshine greeted them this weekend when the West Anchorage Eagles were in town.

            On Friday, Samantha Oliver led the Lady Bears to a 65-26 win, with four victories in the shot-put, 100-meter hurdles, the 100-meter dash, and as the anchor in the 4-by-100 relay. Jaymi Bethea and Selma Ernest each had three victories.

            On the boys' side, Karsten Schick won three events, the 110-meter hurdles, the 400-meter race and the high-jump. Riley McFarlin won the 100-meter dash and was the anchor on two winning relays, as the Bears defeated the Eagles 49-42

            Saturday was a different story, as West turned the tables on Kodiak, beating the Lady Bears 41-to-32 and the boys 38-to-35.

            Next up for the Bears is a dual meet at Anchorage Christian School on Thursday and the Palmer Relays Friday and Saturday.

            Full results can be found here: http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=108516#13793

 
Apr 26 2010
Kodiak Heart Recipient on Quest to Encourage Donors PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2010

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            April is Organ Donation Month and for one Kodiak woman, it's a month to celebrate life and to encourage people to think about signing up as donors.

            When she was 41 years old, Donna Bell caught a virus that injured her heart. From there her health started to deteriorate.

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Apr 26 2010
Council Endorses Signal Hill Spot for Library PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2010

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            At its meeting Thursday, the Kodiak City Council officially endorsed a site atop Signal Hill as the preferred location for a new public library. Known as the "City Barn Site," it sits across Egan Way from the borough building, and in between the Red Cross office and the KMXT studios. The site was chosen by the Kodiak Public Library Association, a booster group pushing for a new library.

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Apr 26 2010
Interior Man Appointed to Fish Board PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 April 2010

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            On Friday, Governor Sean Parnell named a Fairbanks man to the Alaska Board of Fisheries.

            Mike Smith has worked for the Tanana Chiefs Conference for 20 years in a variety of fisheries- and resources-related positions, and currently serves as the organization's director of subsistence resources. He has been a subsistence and commercial fisherman in the Interior and has gained experience in fisheries management issues as a member of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council's Bering Sea Salmon Bycatch Work Group, the Yukon River Panel Technical Committee, the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim Sustainable Salmon Initiative, and the Western Arctic Salmon Stock Identification Program.

            Smith also has served as a state legislative aide and as a member of the Fairbanks Community Health Corporation and Fairbanks Habitat for Humanity.

            Smith will begin service immediately, completing the remainder of the term formerly held by Janet Woods, which runs through June 30, 2012. His appointment will be subject to legislative confirmation.

 
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