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Mar 06 2009
Stratman Receives Assembly Blessing on Subdivision PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 March 2009

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            A Kodiak rancher, who has been involved in litigation with a local Native group over land rights for more than 30 years, is asking the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly to allow rezoning of his property so that he can sell individual parcels while preserving certain natural features of the land.

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Mar 06 2009
Bears Fall in Opening Round of NLC Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 March 2009

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   The Northern Lights Conference Basketball Tournament kicked off yesterday here in Kodiak with eight games. Another eight games are scheduled for today's second round.
    In the girls bracket yesterday, the Palmer Moose advanced with a 41-19 trouncing of the Soldotna Stars. The Colony Knights rolled over the Skyview Panthers 64-21. And the Wasilla Warriors beat Homer 58-35. The only southern division team to win yesterday was the top-seeded Kenai Kardinals, who edged the fourth-ranked Kodiak Bears 30-to-29.
    In that game the Bears lead by six at the half, but were outscored by seven in the second. Kodiak was lead by sophomore Joanna Garcia, who rained down a trio of three-pointers and added a free throw for seven points. Emily Garner added six and Rachel Norton contributed five. Guard Samantha Hull had nine points - all but two from the free thrown line in the fourth period - to lead the Kardinals to the one-point win.
    On the boys side, Wasilla beat Kenai 60-52, Palmer edged Homer 44-42 in overtime, Colony downed Skyview 63-41, and in the nightcap, Soldotna beat the host Bears 57-42.
    In the Kodiak game, sophomore Rafael Matautia had 18 points to lead all scorers. Mark Galindo and David Diocares each added six. SoHi was led by Liam Andrus with 15 and Blaine Carver who had a dozen.

    In second-round action Friday, the Lady Bears will take the court at 8 a.m. against the Mariners. At 9:45 the Skyview and Kenai boys face off. At 11:30 a.m. the Skyview and SoHi girls play, and at 1:15 p.m., the Kodiak boys play Homer.
    In the later winners-bracket games, the Colony and Palmer girls play at 3, the Colony and Wasilla boys take the court at 4:45, the Kenai and Wasilla girls play at 6:30 and in the nightcap, the Soldotna and Palmer boys play.
    Championship and consolation games will be on Saturday. The top three teams will advance to the state championships.

 
Mar 05 2009
Borough Staff Seeks Zoning Help PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 March 2009

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            Borough officials and members of the Planning and Zoning Commission plan to ask the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly to allow them to hire an independent consultant to help update the borough's subdivision and zoning ordinances, which officials contend are out of date.

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Mar 05 2009
Saint Mary's Science Fair Open PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 March 2009

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            Saint Mary's School is currently holding its annual science fair, featuring projects from students of all grade levels. Students' projects will be judged by their peers and by local scientists.

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Mar 04 2009
Air Station Kodiak Preparing For Return to Arctic PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 March 2009

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             The United States Coast Guard has begun gearing up for another summer of incursions into the high arctic. C-130 Hercules flights from Air Station Kodiak will resume later this month, as part of Operation Arctic Domain Awareness, and will continue about every two weeks through the fall.

            Rear Admiral Gene Brooks, commander of the Coast Guard's 17th District in Juneau, says the missions have a Homeland Security aspect, determining what risks certain vessels pose to the maritime community and infrastructure, the arctic environment and Native villages.

            The Arctic Domain flights resume on March 17th.

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