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Feb 23 2010
KCC Work Session Tonight PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

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            The Kodiak City Council will meet in a work session tonight at 7:30. The council members will hear three presentations, including one on insurance and other services that are provided by the Alaska Municipal League Joint Insurance Association.

            Kodiak City Manager Aimée Kniaziowski explained the other two presentations that are on tonight's agenda.

            The City Manager said that the council will also review the agenda for the upcoming regular meeting on Thursday.

 
Feb 23 2010
Second Youth Arrested in School Vandalism PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

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            A second juvenile male has been arrested for vandalism and burglary at Kodiak's high school and middle school Saturday night or Sunday morning. The youth is now in the custody of the juvenile probation officer.

            The Kodiak Police Department served a search warrant at a Kodiak home on Monday in order to collect evidence and possibly recover stolen property.

            Meanwhile, Superintendant Stewart McDonald addressed the Kodiak Island Borough School Board at its regular meeting last (Monday) night about the situation.

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Feb 23 2010
Kodiak Readers Make Impressive Showing at State PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

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        Two groups of students from Kodiak placed in the 2010 Alaska State Battle of the Books Competition. Today we take a look at one of those groups; the Kodiak Middle School team of 7th and 8th graders.

In the finals of the competition, the Kodiak team was in a three-way tie with Galena and Anchorage for first place. In a sudden death round, Galena edged ahead, putting Anchorage second and Kodiak third by one question.

The Kodiak Middle School team was coached by English teacher Peggy O'Leary who spoke with KMXT's Diana Gish about the students and their success in the competition.

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Feb 23 2010
Business Leaders Get Glitzy for Chamber Awards PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

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The scene at the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center Saturday night. Pennington Photography photo.

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            A good percentage of Kodiak's business community went beyond clean Grundens and new Xtra-Tufs on Saturday night for the chamber of commerce awards banquet. That's because, as chamber Executive Director Deb King tells us, the theme was "Putting on the Glitz."

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Feb 22 2010
KHS and KMS Hit by Vandalism PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 February 2010

 

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            An investigation of vandalism at Kodiak high school and middle school has led to one juvenile male being taken into custody. Kodiak police continue to look for more suspects in the incident that resulted in damage to both schools over the weekend.

            Early Sunday morning Kodiak Police were called to the two adjacent schools to investigate a burglary and vandalism. Investigation by the officers determined that entry was made to the Middle school hours before the crimes were discovered. According to a police report, the suspect, or suspects, broke windows and damaged school computers and musical instruments. Several fire extinguishers were discharged in the high school and the school security cameras and monitoring system were also targeted. The preliminary damage estimate provided by the school district is $75,000.

             The investigation is ongoing and more information on the case may be released today.

            A small fleet of Kodiak police cars were parked at the high school Sunday morning and crime scene tape was draped across the front entrance of the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Signs at the door of the high school announced that all weekend activities at KHS were cancelled. Some district administrators and staff entered the high school but did not comment about the situation.

            On Sunday afternoon, Superintendent Stewart McDonald gave an overview of the situation.

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