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Mar 06 2014
Basketball Coaches Comment on New Gym PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 March 2014

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           The regular season came a close last week for Kodiak High School’s basketball teams. Both the boys and girls are at Colony High School this weekend for the Northern Lights Conference tournament, where they hope to earn tickets to the state championship later this month.
           This season the players were able to practice and compete in a recently renovated gym at the high school. Amy Fogle coaches the Lady Bears and said she was pleased with the changes to the gym, which included new flooring and bleachers.
            “I think all the improvements we’ve made have been great. I think the floor is really, really nice. I do like the bleachers; it’s nice to have the rails for the older population and getting up and out of the stands. It kind of feels like you’re on top of the crowd, sitting up high. It’s pretty high up there. Anything new and clean is always exciting.”
             David Anderson coaches the boys team and had similar thoughts about the improvements.  
             “Well as much as we get to practice in it, it’s great. Playing in it, the kids love it. It’s a new floor, gives them a little new bounce in there and I think the capacity it holds in there is just awesome. I think it gives a different perspective with the bleachers up as high as they are. You’re looking down on the players instead of looking at them. And you can kind of see what’s going on the floor out there. So I think they did a great job.”
              Up on the mainland, both teams have a first round bye in the region tournament and will begin game play Friday afternoon.  

 
Mar 06 2014
Kodiak's Coed Cheerleaders Off to Regions PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 March 2014

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           All week KMXT has been telling you about the Kodiak High School basketball teams, who recently left for the Northern Lights Conference tournament. But there is another group of young athletes heading to regions this week. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs caught up with the KHS cheerleading team, who will be performing off island for the first time this season. 

 
Mar 06 2014
The Alaska Fisheries Report PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 March 2014

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Coming up this week, millions of salmon eggs are destroyed in a Southeast hatchery fire, as fishermen start thinking about herring, we’ve got the pre-season forecast for Togiak, and you’ve heard of the Law of the Sea, well, we’ve got Fish Law, all coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report. We had help this week from KFSK’s Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, KDLG’s Mike Mason in Dillingham, KUCB’s Lauren Rosenthal in Unalaska and APRN’s Liz Ruskin in Washington DC.

 
Mar 06 2014
Austerman Returns to Kodiak This Weekend PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 March 2014

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           Half of Kodiak’s Juneau delegation will be in town this weekend. Representative Alan Austerman will make a trip back to the island on Saturday and hold a constituent meeting to provide an update on the legislative session so far, and answer any questions community members might have.
           Austerman co-chairs the house finance committee, which recently adopted a $9.149 billion draft operating budget. That amount is $27.9 million less unrestricted general funds than Governor Sean Parnell’s amended budget and $40.4 million less than the current FY 2014 budget.
           Public testimony was taken earlier this week on the draft budget, and amendments will be considered by House Finance next week.
           Austerman’s constituent meeting will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the legislative information office.

 
Mar 05 2014
Pribilof Students Honored for Marine Science Work PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 March 2014

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           The Alaska SeaLife Center announced the winners of the 2014 Alaska Ocean Leadership Awards last month and the Pribilof Sudent Marine Research Student Team received the Ocean Youth Award.
            Each year the SeaLife Center recognizes individuals and organizations that have contributed to awareness and sustainability of marine resources. The Pribilof Student Marine Research Student Team is group of young scientists that have spent almost half a decade studying marine species indigenous to the Bering Sea and Pribilof Islands. They worked closely with the rare species of Blue King Crab and have contributed to the research surrounding sustainable management of the stocks.
            Some members of Pribilof’s student team were in Kodiak over the summer and learned about different research methods being used by NOAA, University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
            The Ocean Youth Award will be presented during the Alaska Marine Gala.

 

 
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