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Jan 25 2010
Unlatched Truck Hood Results in Accident PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 January 2010

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             An accident this morning resulted in minor injuries for one driver. According to Lieutenant Kyle Valerio, Kodiak Police received a call shortly before 8 o'clock this morning about an accident that occurred near Saint. Paul's church. A driver on Rezanof was heading away from town when the hood of his truck flew up, obstructing his view. Valerios said that the driver then crossed over the center line and side-swiped a vehicle that was heading the opposite direction. The driver of the second vehicle was taken to the hospital with what Valerio said appeared to be minor injuries. He said that the driver of the truck was not injured.Kodiak police and the Kodiak Fire Department responded to the accident.

 
Jan 25 2010
Search is On for Crossing Guard Solutions PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 January 2010

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            The availability of school crossing guards is always in flux but the need for them remains the same.

             Currently, volunteers from local non-profit groups take morning and afternoon shifts at key intersections to insure that students get across the road safely. Each time a volunteer fills a shift; their non-profit organization earns 10 dollars.

            The program is administered by the Salvation Army which receives an annual donation from the borough for their efforts.

            Captain Cathy Quinn talked about the Salvation Army's role in program.

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Jan 25 2010
Gubernatorial Debate Moved PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 January 2010

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            This election year Alaskans will go to the polls to elect a governor. Traditionally, the very first debate among gubernatorial candidates is held during Com Fish in Kodiak, and exclusively deals with fisheries issues.

            However, since the last time a gubernatorial election was held, the state legislature was mandated by the people to conduct its business in 90 days, and now, the end of session coincides with Com Fish.

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Jan 23 2010
Jock of The Rock - We talk with Olympian Kikkan Randall PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 23 January 2010

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100123.kikkan_randall.jpg           On this very special edition of Jock of the Rock, Alaskan Olympic crosscountry skier Kikkan Randall joinsRon, Derek and Jay. Then to top it all off, Frances Sandin calls in to say hi.

 
Jan 22 2010
KIB Assembly Meets in Regular Session PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 January 2010

 

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            It didn't take long for the subject of trash to surface at last night's regular meeting of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly. Several public comments were made by citizens who are worried about the proposed plan to adopt curbside trash pick-up in Kodiak. Because the trash pick-up issue was not on the agenda, the assembly members listened to the public comments but no action was taken on the plan. The curbside trash pick-up plan was unveiled last week at the assembly's work session.

            A public hearing was held for an ordinance that would amend the borough budget to reflect changes such as: projects that came in over budget, new projects, the acceptance of grant funds and the movement of funds between projects. During the hearing there were no comments made about the changes.

            The borough manager's report included several items including a new population count for Kodiak as explained by manager Rick Gifford.

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