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Mar 08 2010
Coast Guard Contracting Commercial Helocopter Services PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 March 2010

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            The U.S. Coast Guard has put out a request for bids to provide contract helicopter services based on Kodiak Island. The on-call service isn't to supplement the air station's search and rescue choppers, but rather to allow them to remain available for SAR missions.

            Lieutenant Commander Greg Dykes, based in Juneau, is the executive officer for the Rescue 21 Project. He said hiring a commercial helicopter service is the best way to do various flying jobs in support of the program while not incurring the expense of using the Jayhawk and Dolphin helicopters at Air Station Kodiak as delivery vehicles.

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Mar 08 2010
Local Wells Fargo Employees Supporting Special Olympics PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 March 2010

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            Wells Fargo Bank in Alaska announced last week that it has raised $400,000 statewide for non-profit corporations. Stephanie Garrard is the contributions manager for Wells Fargo Alaska. She said here in Kodiak, employees raised $3,375 for Special Olympics, which was matched dollar-for-dollar by the company for a total of $6,750.

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Mar 07 2010
Lady Bears Advance to State PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 March 2010

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            Though they only scored one point in the final quarter of their third-place game at the Northern Lights Conference basketball tournament on Saturday, the Lady Bears defense only allowed the Kenai Kardinals two, and that was enough to advance to the state championships next week.

            MeganGrupp led the Bears with eight points in the 33-28 victory. Rhonda Yamat and Joanna Garcia each had seven. The low scoring fourth quarter and game could be chalked up to fatigue, since the mid-afternoon contest was the second of theday for each team. Both had to win elimination games at 9 that morning. Kodiak beat Palmer 35-30, while the Kards downed Soldotna 55 to 49.

            It's the second straight year the Lady Bears will be going to the state championships. It's especially impressive this year, after four of five starters from last year's team graduated.

            The other two teams going to the state tournament are the NLC champion Wasilla Warriors, and the second-place Colony Knights. The final score of the championship game was 35-30.

 

            Meanwhile, the Kodiak boys were bounced from the NLC tourney by the Kenai boys, who came from behind to win 59-54. Brian Fangonilo poured in 32 points for the Bears, including five three-pointers in the loss. Raphael Matautia added 17.

            The three boys teams head to the state championship from the Northern Lights Conference are the champion Wasilla Warriors, second-place Colony Knights and third-place Soldotna Stars.

 
Mar 06 2010
Jock of the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 March 2010

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           Ron Sears and Jay Barrett talk Northern Lights Conference basketball tournament, the Iditarod and the joys of Spring Training.

 
Mar 05 2010
Trash Contract Delayed for Revisions PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 March 2010

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            Before the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly held a public hearing at last night's regular meeting, Borough Manager Rick Gifford gave a brief summary of the proposed solid waste disposal contract.

He said that with recent revisions, the contract now calls for optional roadside pick-up service within the city limits of Kodiak and removal of all residential dumpsters within the city limits of Kodiak.

Gifford said that outside of the city limits, the residential dumpsters will remain until transfer sites can be established. Once the transfer sites are operational, all residential dumpsters will be removed and the collection system will be based on the pay as you throw system, system wide.

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