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Mar 02 2010
State Junior Achievement Director Promotes Program PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 March 2010

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             For a few minutes yesterday, some of Kodiak's business leaders took over the operation of the Sweet-O donut manufacturing company. In that short time, they faced a donut robbery and a factory fire. Fortunately, everything came out all right in the end; the company was able to make payroll and keep up with taxes.

            The donut-making entrepreneurs were actually members of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce who took part in a role-playing exercise at yesterday's chamber luncheon. The scene was staged by Flora Teo  who is the state director of Alaska's Junior Achievement.

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Mar 02 2010
Bears Draw SoHi in Opening Round Games PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 March 2010

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            The seeding and brackets for the Northern Lights Conference basketball tournament have been released, and it has Kodiak High School Bears facing the Soldotna Stars in both the boys' and girls' first games.

            The Lady Bears are seeded number three team in the NLC's North Division, and will be playing the south's number two team. The Kodiak boys are seeded fourth and will face the top team in the south. The Lady Bears start play at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, while the boys take to the court at 1:15 p.m.

            The seeding for the girls in the North Conference has Wasilla first, followed by Colony, Kodiak and Palmer. In the South, Kenai is first, followed by SoHi, Skyview and Homer.

            For the boys in the North, Wasilla is first, followed by Colony, Palmer and Kodiak. In the South, SoHi is first, followed by Kenai, Homer and Skyview.

            The regional tournament takes place this year at Skyview High School in Soldotna, with action among the 16 teams starting at 8 a.m. on Thursday, and continuing until Saturday night with the championship games.

            The top three teams from the Northern Lights Conference will advance to the state championships, which begin on Monday, March 15th, at Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage.

 
Mar 01 2010
Dunbar Showcased in Sports Illustrated PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 March 2010

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            Star Kodiak runner Trevor Dunbar, a 2009 graduate of Kodiak High School, appears in the March 1st edition of Sports Illustrated, in the "Faces in the Crowd" section.

            The freshman at the University of Portland is featured in the issue for his win at the USA Junior Cross Country Championships two weeks ago in Spokane, Washington. He completed the 8-kilometer race in 24-minutes 4-seconds, six seconds ahead of the runner-up, Walter Schafer of Cherry Creek Colorado High School.

            The championship was also the world cross country team trials, and with the win, Dunbar will be running at the International Association of Athletics Federations' World Cross Country Championships in Poland on March 27th.

 
Mar 01 2010
'Blizznami' Raises Advisory and Watch Red Flags PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 March 2010

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            As far as natural disasters go, the conjunction of a blizzard watch and a tsunami advisory is a rather unique combination, but that's what residents of Kodiak dealt with on Saturday. Though no visible wave from the magnitude 8.8 Chilean earthquake made it ashore in Kodiak, and the blizzard petered out after only a couple inches of snow hit the ground, many people were concerned about the potential of either to cause problems here.

            While many people gathered at Mill Bay Beach to watch for the tsunami, only a few were on the spit at Saint Paul Harbor in downtown. One was nine-year-old ChellaRae Nugent, who was there with her dad.

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Mar 01 2010
Councilmen Testy Over 'Outsider' Interference PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 March 2010

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            Thursday night the Kodiak City Council passed an ordinance barring citizens or groups from putting similar ballot initiatives before the voters for at least one year if the measure fails the first time. It was an issue that arose last year after a referendum was put on the ballot asking residents if it would be okay for the city employees to consider collective bargaining. Currently, city employees are barred from unionizing.

            Jake Metcalfe, executive director of the Public Safety Employees Association, which backed last year's failed initiative, said the city's ordinance was "bad public policy," and that its vagueness might result in a lawsuit.

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