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Sep 14 2009
Kodiak Teams Victorious on Gridiron, in Pool PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 September 2009

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            It was another weekend of blow-outs in Alaska high school football, but this time, the Kodiak Bears were on the winning side. Playing on the road Saturday against the Houston Hawks, the Bears' offense rolled while the team's defense stopped the opposition five times inside the red zone, on the way to a 46-to-nothing victory.

            It wasn't an easy journey for the Bears, whose travel was delayed by the poor weather that kept the ferry Tustumena docked late last week. The Kodiak players didn't arrive in Houston, north of Wasilla, until late on Friday.

            With the win, Kodiak ensured itself one of the four Northern Lights Conference play off spots. Houston was eliminated from the NLC, along with the Skyview Panthers.

            Kodiak now has a 2-and-1 conference record, and are 4-and-3 overall.

            Next up for the Bears is the homecoming game against the red-hot Kenai Kardinals, who despite giving up a touchdown for the first time this year, rolled over the Homer Mariners 55-to-7.

 

            In swimming, both the Kodiak girls and boys won the team titles at the Homer Invitational. The Kodiak girls romped to a 117-to-89 win over second-place East Anchorage, while the Kodiak boys edged the Wasilla Warriors 68-to-64.

 
Sep 14 2009
Local Agencies Receive Federal Funding PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 September 2009

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            Over 200-thousand dollars of federal money was announced for Kodiak area projects on Friday.

            The Alutiiq Museum received a 47,715-dollar grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services to care for its photography collection. The project will begin in October and include a monthly historic photo e-mail broadcast. The museum announced the grant on its Facebook account, and urged readers to "stay tuned for more."

            The U.S. Department of Commerce is giving 60-thousand dollars to the Kodiak Area Native Association to establish an economic development program. The project is designed to attract private capital investment and job creation.

            And the Native Village of Ouzinkie received 92,207-dollars from the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act to provide affordable housing. The village has recently been in the national spotlight for the money it received from the federal government to build a new airport at the Spruce Island community less than 10 miles north of Kodiak City.

 
Sep 12 2009
Jock of The Rock PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 September 2009

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             Join Jay Barrett and Ron Sears as they host another Nearly Nickless episode of Jock of The Rock. Thrill as Nick Sandin calls in live from the South Lake Union Trolly in Seattle!

 
Sep 11 2009
Getting Extremely Radical at the Auditorium PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 September 2009

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            It's not often one can get an adrenaline rush sitting in an auditorium, but if that's going to happen, it'll probably be tonight at the Gerald C. Wilson, when nine films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival are screened.

            Paul Price is a "Road Warrior" for the film festival, and has brought this collection of films to scores of cities around North America. Listen to the story to hear about the films featured in the "Radical Reels" screening tonight (Friday) at 8 p.m. at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Tickets are available in advance at Orion's, or at the door, starting at 7 p.m.

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Sep 11 2009
Murkowski Looks Forward to Kodiak "Visit" PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 September 2009

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            On Monday, Senator Lisa Murkowski will participate in a Kodiak town hall meeting on health care reform. The Alaska Republican will take part in the event via live video conference. It's her first attempt at using long distance video technology to hold a town hall meeting between her office in Washington and her constituents at home. KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with Murkowski by phone as the Senator was driving from her office. Murkowski is battling the flu and recovering from recent knee surgery:

 

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