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Jun 06 2009
Bears Go 2-and-2 in State Softball Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 June 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears' quest to repeat as state softball champions is over.

            After being bounced into the losers' bracket in game one Friday morning against Ketchikan 7-6, the Bears eliminated Homer Friday afternoon 8-7.

            At 9 a.m. Saturday, Kodiak faced off against Monroe Catholic and beat them 9-to-3. Then they had to turn around and play Sitka almost immediately.

           In a back-and-forth game, Sitka downed Kodiak 6-5 in eight innings. Ketchikan then beat Sitka 5-4 to clinch the title.

            Kodiak's Carrie Ferris and Emily Garner were named to the All-Tournament Team.

 

 
Jun 05 2009
Bears Advance with 8-7 Win over Homer PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 June 2009

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            The Kodiak Bears are still alive in the State Championship Softball Tournament in Anchorage. They battled back this afternoon against the Homer Mariners in a loser-out game to contine tournament play Saturday morning.

            The Bears trailed 7-to-1 going into the bottom of the fifth inning, but rallied to win the game in the bottom of the sixth, 8-to-7. The tournament games have a time limit, so there was no seventh inning.

            The Bears went to the losers bracket with a 7-6 loss to Ketchikan this morning.

 
Jun 05 2009
Bears Edged 7-6 by Ketchikan in First Round PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 June 2009

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            It's déjà vu all over again for the Kodiak High School Bears softball team. A year ago during their title run, they dropped their first game in the state championship tournament to Ketchikan - just as they did this morning, 7-to-6.

            The Bears will now take on the losers of the 1 p.m. Sitka game. Sitka will be playing the winner of the Eielson-Homer game from this morning. At last report, Homer had a slim lead in that game.

            This is the same route the Bears took last year when they came back to win the rest of their games -including the championship clincher against Ketchikan 15-to-nothing.

            We'll have an update on the Bears quest for a repeat on our newscast at 5 this evening.

 
Jun 05 2009
Borough Assembly Passes $36-Million Budget PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 June 2009

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            After some final adjustments, the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly passed its roughly 36-million dollar fiscal year 2010 budget in a five-to-one vote at its regular meeting last (Thursday) night. While the borough managed to avoid a property tax increase of a quarter-mill, one assembly member and some members of the community expressed their concerns about the borough's expanding budget.

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Jun 05 2009
New Mobile Slaughterhouse Unveiled PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 June 2009

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            A new method of processing livestock in remote locations is coming to Kodiak, and with it, a new meat product. The co-owners and operators of the new multi-location abattoir, or slaughterhouse, believe the technology has the potential to boost the economic viability of ranching in coastal Alaska while addressing environmental concerns.

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