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May 19 2009
Obama's Organizing for America Coming to Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 May 2009

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            An offshoot of Barack Obama's grassroots campaign organization is gearing back up in Alaska, just in time to help support the president's agenda as it goes through congress. Jonathan Teeters is the director of Organizing for America in Alaska. Besides the three largest cities, Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau, he's also going to visit Dillingham and Kodiak.

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May 19 2009
Council Exploring City-Funded Internet PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 May 2009

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            Some members of the Kodiak City Council are following in the footsteps of the borough assembly and are using government-issued laptop computers on which to conduct city business. The assembly got laptops last year, and now receives their meeting packets electronically.

            However, while the assembly did not get a boost in pay for internet access, the council is moving toward having the city pay for their connection.

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May 18 2009
Kodiak Boys First, Girls Second at Regions PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 May 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears went one-two at the Region Three Track and Field Championships in Soldotna over the weekend. The Kodiak boys won their fourth straight region title by nearly 100 points over runner-up Kenai, while the girls were edged by four points at the hands of the Kardinals.

            The Kodiak boys were led with three individual wins by senior Trevor Dunbar in the 800, 1,600, and 3,200-meter races. Erwin Domingo added a win in the long-jump, leaping 20-feet 5-inches. The Bears also won the 400 and 3,200 relays. The boys scored 164 team points to Kenai's 66. Wasilla was third with 64, followed by Soldotna, Colony, Palmer, Houston, Skyview and Homer.

            The Kodiak girls led the competition by four points going into the final race, the 1,600-meter relay, but finished fifth. Meanwhile Kenai set a region record in that race, wrapping up a come-from-behind title by four points over the Bears.

            Samantha Oliver was Kodiak's only first-place finisher, winning the 100 hurdles. The Bears took first in the 400 relay.

            The final tally had the Kardinals with 102 points to Kodiak's 98. Wasilla was third with 90, followed by Colony, Soldotna, Skyview, Palmer, Houston and Homer.

            The state championships will be next Friday and Saturday at Lathrop High School in Fairbanks.Click "Read more" below to see complete results.

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May 18 2009
Crab Fest This Week PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 May 2009

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            The 51st annual Kodiak Crab Festival kicks off this week, featuring an extensive lineup of events and activities spread over five days.

            In addition to the usual assortment of booths, featuring a variety of foods, as well as groups and businesses peddling information and selling their wares, there are also carnival rides and special events planned throughout the weekend. Pam Foreman of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the festival, said there will be some differences between this year's event and those of previous years.

            For more information about Crab Fest and a complete schedule of events, visit the Chamber's website.

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May 18 2009
Kodiak to Begin Composting Sewage PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 May 2009

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            The City of Kodiak's pilot study to determine the best way to deal with bio-solids left over from the sewage treatment plant, has gotten underway. A composting project, set to continue through the summer, is intended to convert large amounts of sludge into useable compost.

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