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Dec 08 2010
Marine Scientists to Gather in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 December 2010

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            From managing various fisheries to discovering new kinds of kelp, scientists are at work every day around Kodiak Island. But there has never been one gathering of scientists presenting their research to each other and the public - until now.

            Kate Wynn, the marine mammal specialist with the Marine Advisory Program, is helping organize the first Kodiak Area Marine Science Symposium.

            Click this link to go to the symposium's web site for potential sponsors or presenters.

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Dec 07 2010
Talk of the Rock - Previewing The Nutcracker PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 December 2010

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             Kodiak's triennial production of Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker" hits the stage of the Gerad C. Wilson Auditorium this weekend for four performances. Over 200 dancers from age 3 to over 60 will be performing. Jay Barrett talks with Mollie Brodie, Jenny Standford, Tom Quass and two professional dancers from Italy about the show.  Tickets are available at the Kodiak Arts Council office and website.

 
Dec 07 2010
Co-Management of Sport and Commercial Fisheries Questioned PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 December 2010

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            The Alaska Department of Fish and Game could see a major reorganization in the near future. Last month Governor Sean Parnell gave a speech at the Resource Development Council's annual meeting in Anchorage in which he described a disconnect between the divisions of commercial and sport fisheries.

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Dec 07 2010
Library, Terror Lake Meetings Today PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 December 2010

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            There's a pair of public meetings today for upcoming projects in the Kodiak community. From 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. boosters of building a new library building will be holding a presentation in the public library.

            Members of the library board as well as architects working on the proposal will be on hand to answer questions. They will then address the Kodiak City Council during the city's work session at 7:30 p.m. That meeting is being held in the city's new police station.

            The Kodiak Electric Association is also holding a presentation on its proposed hydroelectric upgrade at Terror Lake. The utility wants to install a third turbine to improve efficiency and expand its wind production in the future. That meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge's visitor center on Center Avenue. The public is welcome to attend.

 
Dec 07 2010
Thousands of Pounds, Dollars, Raised for KMXT by Lifters PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 December 2010

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            The Kodiak Athletic Club and KMXT annual Bench Press Competition was held over the weekend at the Kodiak High School gym. Participants competed to see how many times they could bench-press half their body weight, except in one men's category, where the lone participant lifted his full body weight.

            Heather Norton won the women's division with 42-reps of 75 pounds. LaRue Albin lifted 70 pounds 38 times to take second and Leigh Thomet had 33 reps at 65 pounds for third.

            In the men's half-body-weight division, Todd Cook pounded out 82 reps at 95 pounds to take first place. Steve Miller had 72 reps at 80 pounds and Julian Hiner had 54 reps of 110 pounds for third.

            The one lifter in the men's full-body-weight division was Kalen Pederson, who hoisted 220 pounds 18 times.

            Kerry Powers had 41 reps of 80 pounds to win the teen division, followed by Nolan Wandersee who pumped 140 pounds 20 times.

            Chris Kavanaugh won the Special Olympics division with 46 reps of 75 pounds.

            The annual bench press competition is a fundraiser for KMXT radio. Organizer Lindsey Knight, owner of the Kodiak Athletic Club, says over $2,000 was raised by the competitors, who solicited pledges for each lift they made.

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