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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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Feb 22 2010
Event Raises Over $7,600 For Ailing Girl PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 February 2010

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            On Saturday night, the Human Relations class at Kodiak College put on a fundraiser at the Elks Club for a local girl recently diagnosed with cancer. The 20 members of the class raised $7,608 for six-year-old North Star Elementary kindergartener Madilyn Sickafoose, through outcry and silent auctions and all-you-can-eat chili and hot wings for a modest donation at the door, all while being serenaded by a non-stop parade of bands.

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Feb 20 2010
Jock of the Rock - The Curling Edition PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 20 February 2010

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          As curling fever sweeps Kodiak and the nation during the Winter Olympics, Ron and Jay catch the bug on this week's edition of Jock of the Rock.

 
Feb 19 2010
Opposition to Curbside Trash Pick Up Dominates Assembly Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 February 2010

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            An assembly chamber-full of Kodiak residents used their first amendment right of free speech to make themselves heard by the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last (Thursday) night. The topic of such great interest to the community was the proposed curbside trash pick up contract with Alaska Waste.

            The public hearing started with over 40 comments made by members of the public and ended with the assembly members voting 6-1 to postpone a vote on the contract until the next regular meeting. In the meantime, discussion about the contract will continue as the assembly and the borough staff work to hammer out adjustments to it.

            The following is just a small sample of some of the public comments and assembly discussion heard at last night's three-and-a-half-hour long meeting:

            One of the comments that seemed to resonate with many people at the meeting was made by the first speaker, Rob Baer.

            Of the 42 people who testified, Assemblywoman Louise Stutes calculated that three were not advocating either for or against curbside pick up, 38 were against it, and only one person was in favor of it.

The solid waste collection contract will come up for a vote again at the next regular assembly meeting on March 4th.

 
Feb 19 2010
College Class Goes All Out For Sick Child PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 February 2010

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            What started as a class assignment has turned into a full-fledged fundraising event for a local girl facing some serious health challenges.

            Thia Falcone is an adjunct professor at Kodiak College, and along with instructor Barbara Brown, assigned the project to the 20 students in the class.

            The suggested donation at the door for the Madisyn Sickafoose fundraiser is 10 dollars, or 40-dollars for families of four or more. The fundraiser starts at 5 p.m. on Saturday at the Kodiak Elks Club.

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