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Feb 10 2009
North Star Teacher Named to State Education Board PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 February 2009

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            North Star teacher Janel Keplinger has been named to the State Board of Education and Early Development.

            Keplinger will hold a public-at-large seat for a term of five years, effective March 1. The seat was formerly held by Sylvia Reynolds.

            State Education Commissioner Larry LeDoux, who was once principal of North Star School, described Keplinger as a caring educator who will bring a wealth of experience to the state school board. Now Keplinger will technically be one of LeDoux's bosses, as the state board appoints the Commissioner of Education and Early Development, subject to approval of the Governor.

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Feb 10 2009
Wright and Olsen are KEA Energy Heroes PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 February 2009

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            Kodiak Electric Association announced the winners of its Energy Hero essay competition in its February newsletter. KEA spokeswoman Nancy Sweeny said 14 entries were received, and first place went to an essay written by Lisa Wright about the changes she and Shawn Olsen have made in their home and lifestyle to save energy.

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Feb 10 2009
Three Seats Available on KEA Board PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 February 2009

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            Three seats on Kodiak Electric Association's Board of directors are up for membership election this year. So far, KEA has yet to receive any petitions to run for the three open seats, aside from the three members whose terms are expiring.

            Nancy Sweeney is a human resources specialist for KEA. She said the only petition packets KEA has received so far for the three open seats are from the three incumbents, Stosh Anderson, who has served on the board for eight years, Cliff Davidson, who has served for 12 years and Michael Brechan, who has served for a total of 21 years.

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Feb 10 2009
Kodiak Students Examine Ocean Acidification in Tsunami Bowl PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 February 2009

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            Four students on the Kodiak High School Tsunami Bowl team took part in a science competition in Seward over the weekend, competing against other students from around the state on the theme of ocean acidification. Kodiak sent three freshmen, Margaret Carmel, Adeline Castenada and Ray Garcia, and senior Sam Horton to the competition.

            Tsunami Bowl team coach Kevin Lauscher, a science and photography teacher at the high school, said the competition consisted of three parts: a paper, an oral presentation and a quiz. He said he was proud of the efforts of his young team, particularly in the paper and oral presentation portions of the competition.

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Feb 09 2009
Fire Departments to Renew Mutual Aid Agreements PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 09 February 2009

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            While local fire departments can usually contain fires and diffuse other public emergencies without assistance from others, there are times when particularly large emergencies call for backup. That's why the City of Kodiak's Fire Department, the Bayside Fire Station and others have fire rescue and mutual aid agreements. The city and borough departments' mutual aid agreement is set to expire, and city and borough officials expect to renew the existing agreement.

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