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Dec 14 2009
Santa Hitches Ride with the Coast Guard PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 December 2009

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             Since landing on Kodiak Island can be tricky, even for flying reindeer, the Coast Guard has been offering Santa and his elves a lift. Last week children in each of Kodiak's seven villages got a visit from the jolly guy in the red suit.

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Dec 14 2009
Atonio Brings Home Wrestling Gold PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 14 December 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears got two wrestlers into the championship round at the state 4-A wrestling tournament held at Chugiak High in Anchorage over the weekend, and placed 9th overall out of 22 schools. Anthony Atonio will be bringing home wrestling gold for his dramatic pin of Colony High School's Renn Wright with three seconds left in the first round of their championship match at 285 pounds. Atonio steamrolled through the tournament by pinning four of his opponents.

           Meanwhile, freshman Eddie Burris could taste the first place title in the 103-pound class against East High School junior Nathan Marquez, taking a 5-0 lead, before being forced into overtime, which the more experienced wrestler won with a takedown, 7-to-5.

           Kodiak's Pearson Brodie won 6th place in the 140-pound class.

           The tournament was won for the fourth straight year by the Colony Knights who scored 220.5 points, with Lathrop second at 177 points and South Anchorage third with 159. Wasilla, East, Service, North Pole, Chugiak and Skyview rounded out the top 10. Kodiak had 98 team points.

 
Dec 12 2009
Jock of the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 December 2009

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           On this week's edition of Jock of The Rock, Nick and Jay discuss the mystery soap box derby driver cruising the roads of Kodiak after dark. Oh, and discuss Tiger Woods.

 
Dec 11 2009
Slack Cable Snag Caused Fatal Coast Guard Crash PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 December 2009

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            The Coast Guard said today that a slack cable getting snagged on a life boat during a drill caused the crash of a rescue helicopter in Hawaii last year, killing all four crewmen aboard. One of the victims was rescue swimmer David Skimin, formerly of Kodiak.

            The report said extra slack formed a loop in the hoist cable that became snagged on a protruding pipe on the boat just as its stern fell in the trough of a wave. The cable snapped, causing the helicopter to abruptly lurch, damaging the aircraft's rotor system. The helicopter crashed and sank within four minutes. The accident happened about five miles south of Oahu, on September 4th, 2008.

            Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Thad Allen said the accident was a reminder that Guardsmen operate in extremely hazardous environments. He said the Coast Guard has since adopted steps to reduce the risk of hoist operations, including revising checklists and procedures, updating flight manuals and using shrouds to limit life boat snag hazards.

 
Dec 11 2009
"Scrooge!" Returns for Last Two Performances PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 December 2009

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            The cast of "Scrooge!" takes to the stage again this weekend. The joint production between the Kodiak High School Theatre Troup and Kodiak Community Theater was a hit with audiences when it opened last weekend. The show concludes this week with performances Friday  and Saturday night.

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             "Scrooge" will be performed two more times on Friday and Saturday night. Both performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Gerald C. Wilson auditorium. Tickets are available at the door.

 

 
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