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Dec 16 2009
KIBSD Examines Technology Needs PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 December 2009

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            At the Kodiak Island Borough school district's regular monthly board meeting, Director of Operations Scott Williams outlined a district technology project for the school board members.


Williams said the project began last November when eight district representatives attended a national conference on blending technology in the learning environment. Williams said the conference left the attendees with the desire to hire a consultant to improve the district's use of technology.

The specialist that was hired to do the assessment was Twan Gwynn. According to Williams, Gwynn is a nationally recognized education technology expert.

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Dec 15 2009
Injured Car Thief Sought PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009

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            A drunken high-speed joyride early Sunday morning apparently did not turn out well for the driver, but authorities don't know for sure, as he or she fled the scene after crashing the car.

            The Kodiak Police Department believes the suspect suffered potentially serious injuries, given the amount of damage to the car and the amount of blood found at the scene.

            The police report that at around 12:30 on Sunday morning a green 2004 Saturn Vue SUV was stolen from in front of a residence in the 200 block of East Rezanof Drive, and crashed minutes later not far away near the Kodiak High School, where it slid off the icy roads into a tree.

            The Kodiak Crime Stoppers is offering up to 1,000 dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the car thief, who could be charged with vehicle theft and leaving the scene of an accident. The Kodiak Crime Stoppers phone number is 486-3113, and callers do not have to identify themselves.

 
Dec 15 2009
Fort Abercrombie Plan Draws Crowd, Raises Concerns PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009

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            Last night it was standing room only for the open house at Fort Abercrombie's ranger station. The big plate of cookies at the door was emptied in no-time, as members of the public packed into the small room to hear about proposed changes to the State Historical Park.

            District Ranger Kevin Murphy, moderated as person after person made comments and asked questions about the future of the popular park.At the heart of the controversial issue is the challenge of finding a way to address the needs of a diverse range of park users, while fulfilling the park's primary purpose: promoting the history of the World War Two outpost.

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Dec 15 2009
Tidal Power Study Shelved for Now PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009

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            The success of Kodiak Electric Association's wind and hydroelectric plants has made Kodiak a state leader in the production of renewable energy. The utility cooperative plans to continue developing more sources to make the island energy efficient. But as KMXT's Diana Gish reports, they're not ready to adopt another new technology quite yet.

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Dec 15 2009
Looking for Mr. Fur Face PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009

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            In a chilly, damp and windy location like Kodiak, facial hair is far more common than elsewhere, even the icy arctic. But nobody from the island has ever won the "Mr. Fur Face" state championships, sponsored by the Lions Club and held each year during Anchorage's Fur Rendezvous. Chrystal White, the secretary of the Miners and Trappers Ball which puts on the competition was in town last week trying to change that, and encourage Kodiak men to think about competing.

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