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Aug 11 2009
Kodiak Bears to Barrow PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 August 2009

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            Kodiak's football team left for Barrow Friday morning, played their premiere game of the season Saturday at one p.m and returned after midnight that same night. The Bears brought home a 21 to 7 victory over the Whalers and a good story to tell. KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with Coach Todd Cook about the whirlwind trip to the top of the world:

 

 

  (Kodiak vs Barrow results  4:23  "...2 o'clock varsity.")

 

             This weekend's games against Colony take place here in Kodiak at Baranoff park on Saturday.

 

 
Aug 08 2009
Jock of The Rock - The 20th Class Reunion Edition PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 August 2009

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             Join the Island Warrior as he welcomes two of his long-lost 1989 classmates (and one 1999'er crashing the party), for the Class Reunion Special of Jock of The Rock.

 
Aug 08 2009
School Bonds Go To Ballot PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 August 2009

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              Kodiak voters will decide on the school bond issue. Thursday night the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted 6 to 0 to place two school bond issues before voters in October. One of the bonds to go on the ballot is 12 point 5 million dollars for school district-wide deferred maintenance projects. The other bond issue is for the sale of bonds to renovate and add on to Kodiak High School. The ordinance, if passed, would approve close to 80 million dollars in bond sales with 60 percent of those funds reimbursable by the state of Alaska. 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

            On last Thursday night’s agenda was a public hearing on the two ordinances and assembly members heard from a cross section of the public in favor of renovating the High School. Some of those speaking during the hearing were recent and future graduates of Kodiak High.

            Following the public comments the assembly members had the opportunity to speak to the issue. Dave Kaplan and Pat Bronson had these comments:

--          (Bonds go to Voters       1:34 )

            The Assembly passed both measures by votes of 6 to 0 which means the two ordinances will appear on the ballot of the October 6, 2009 Regular Borough election.

          It was pointed out at last Thursday meeting that there is no overlap between the two ordinances, meaning that the two bond measures are separate and serve different purposes. 

 

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Aug 08 2009
Clean Water For Togo PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 August 2009

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            After college Kodiak's Ryan Sharratt signed up with a company called Volunteers for Peace, an information repository that keeps members informed about the needs of various populations. When Sharratt learned that the African country of Togo was having water quality problems, he knew what he wanted to do: fix it. So that's what he's going to do. Sharratt will put his education in environmental education to work when he travels to Togo on November 1st.

Diana Gish spoke with Sharrat about his upcoming trip and why he was moved into action.

 

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Aug 06 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 August 2009

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            This week: A new study says maybe the world will not run out of fish in 50 years after all; a founder of Icicle Seafoods has passed away; and why Arne Fuglvog is still in limbo. Also, contaminants in Alaska seafood to be tested, UAF's new research ship needs a name, and where do processors rank as Alaska employers? We had help from KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, NPR's Richard Harris, and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
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