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Aug 25 2008
Bears Down Panthers 19-0 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 August 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears football team continues its start-of-the-season winning streak, blanking Northern Lights Conference rival the Skyview Panthers on Saturday in Soldotna. With a final of 19-to-0, it was a lower scoring affair than the Bears’ first two wins of the season. 

            Kodiak quarterback Kevin Lepola provided the only scoring in the first half with an 8-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Late in the third quarter Kodiak’s defense continued its scoring ways, with a fumble recovery in the end zone by Chris Dunn to put Kodiak up 14-nothing.

            The Bears got two more points in the fourth on a safety, and capped the scoring on a field goal with less than a minute to play.

            Gary Anthony led the way on the ground with 70 yards on 19 carries, and also had five receptions for 47 yards. Lepola threw for 43 of those on five-of-12 passing, while the Bears’ other quarterback, Josh Bailor had 14 yards on two-of-six passing.

            The Bears are now 3-and-0 on the season, and 2-and-0 in the Northern Lights Conference. Kodiak returns to the Central Peninsula this weekend for a game against the Kenai Kardinals.

 
Aug 25 2008
German Media Get A Taste Of Alaska Seafood PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 August 2008

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            Recent data suggests that while Japan and other Asian markets continue to lead the way for importing Alaska seafood, the rest of the world is quickly catching up, especially the countries that make up the European Union. The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is trying to take advantage of Europeans’ interest in Alaska fish by bringing journalists from the region to the state. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Aug 25 2008
Assembly OKs Bell Report, SWAB Recommendations PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 August 2008

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly has accepted the recommendations of its Solid Waste Advisory Board for long-term solid waste collection and disposal services, as well as a solid waste management plan prepared for the borough by Bell and Associates. Now, the borough is getting ready to solicit bids for the collection of trash. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Aug 25 2008
Bears 3rd, 9th At Skyview Invite PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 August 2008

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            The Kodiak High School cross-country team had a good showing at the Skyview Invitational over the weekend in Soldotna. More than 800 runners from around the state gathered at the Tsalteshi (salt-esh-ee) Trails for the first large meet of the year. 

            Once again, Kodiak’s Trevor Dunbar has established himself as the runner to beat, winning the boys’ race in 15-minutes 38-seconds. Right behind him was another Kodiak standout, Sam Salus, who finished in 15-53. Dylan Anthony placed sixth in 16-37.

            Despite taking the first two places and placing three in the top 10, the Kodiak boys tied for third overall with Grace Christian. Service won the meet, with West Anchorage second.

            Dunbar told the Peninsula Clarion newspaper that he was confident coming into the race, though felt he was “kind of slow” in the first kilometer.

            In the girls’ race, Kodiak’s Chloe Ivanoff was third, finishing in 19-minutes 45-seconds. The girls were ninth, with West Anchorage first overall.

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Aug 22 2008
Assembly OKs New KHS Bond Ordinance PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2008

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            Voters in Kodiak will decide in October whether or not the community should get a new high school. The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last night (Thursday) voted to put a 115-million dollar bond initiative on the municipal election ballot. But even the project's most ardent supporters admit it will be tough sell. KMXT's Casey Kelly has more.

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